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|01-20-2006, 04:50 AM||#1|
Senior Yorkie Talker
Join Date: Jan 2006
Location: Patchogue, NY
I know i still have some time. I was told that around 8-9 months my little girl should be spayed. She is only 3 months now so we still have time, but i dont know where i should go.
We can go to the vet that is associated with the place we got her from and pay NOTHING.
Or go to a vet nearby that a friend reccommended and PAY
We took her to their vet when she got kennel cough right after we got her and they said all the things were covered- but my husband and i didnt really like them and they are over an hour away and kind of shabby looking place.
The vet near us that our friends go to are SO NICE and CLEAN and we LOVE HER!!!
Should we just pay ourselves and go to the new vet???
I dont even knwo how much it costs? But my hubby and I think we should just pay and go to the new vet.
* Nicole * AKA Maddie's mom
|01-20-2006, 05:12 AM||#2|
Mommy's Love Bugs
Join Date: Oct 2005
Location: Northern Virginia!
Go to the new vet.Get pet insurance that will cover some of the cost. Most important you have peace of mind and know that your baby is geting the best of care.
|01-20-2006, 06:08 AM||#3|
Princess Poop A Lot
Join Date: Nov 2005
I agree with Sondra. What is $$$ when it concerns the safety of your little one and besides you need to establish a relationship with a vet you can trust and is close to home. If something happened to your little one and you have to rush her to a vet it is better to have one close to home.
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