How You Can Save on Veterinary Fees


Money Saving  Secrets

– Make sure you are getting any Discounts you are entitled to such as discounts for Seniors, Multi-Pet households, Military Members, Owners of Service dogs (for the blind, seizures, etc)

– Get your Medications re-filled for more than one or two months at a time. Each re-fill fee for each medication averages around $9 to $12 each time which can almost cover the cost of yearly vaccines!

– Are you getting your Vaccines done in the Spring? or does your clinic have you come back then for  a “Wellness Check”? (certain bloodwork is also at a reduced rate during the Spring as well!)

– Check your Invoices for Errors, Medical treatments and services not inputted properly can result in you being over-charged.

-Many services are usually NO CHARGE at most vet clinics such as Suture and Staple removals, Educational Handouts and various illnesses and treatments, weigh-ins used for tracking weight loss for pets on a diet, or recovering from an illness or ailments. Nail trims performed during yearly vaccine exams, Follow-up phone calls after a surgery or hospital stay.


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Written by people on the inside of the veterinary industry who love pets – this no-cost report is loaded with Insider Tips on how You can save tons of money on your pets vet care, and is our way of saying Thank You for stopping by our site!

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