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    My vet doesnt have a consult fee for us as we always take a load of dogs in but there usual consult fee is $35. As for eye weeping etc maybe try a cold used teabag on each eye for 5 mins as this has helped us many a times its also great is you have a pot of cold black tea when your dog gets a toad as it is a neutralising agent, just pour it straight down there throat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSDs4Ever View Post
    Yep, they're pretty terrific. In all the time I've been going to them, they haven't got it wrong once. They call me in if they're in doubt & of course I know to take my animals in when it's serious.
    I think you should nominate them for an MDBA Award. They sound awesome.
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    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    My local vet around here charges a fortune. I took Molly up there the other night because she managed to get a dose of kennel cough from having the vaccine a few days earlier and they wanted to charge me $105 for an after hours consultation even though they are a 24 hr vet hospital. Luckily the nurse told me that there wasn't much they could do for K.C. and to just take her home and watch her.

    I won't be going back there, cause as far as I'm concerned, if they are wanting to charge that amount for a consultation, then they can't care too much for animals, just for the almighty dollar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    I think you should nominate them for an MDBA Award. They sound awesome.
    I think that's a great idea Anne. I'll do it !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewly70 View Post
    My local vet around here charges a fortune. I took Molly up there the other night because she managed to get a dose of kennel cough from having the vaccine a few days earlier and they wanted to charge me $105 for an after hours consultation even though they are a 24 hr vet hospital. Luckily the nurse told me that there wasn't much they could do for K.C. and to just take her home and watch her.

    I won't be going back there, cause as far as I'm concerned, if they are wanting to charge that amount for a consultation, then they can't care too much for animals, just for the almighty dollar.
    I know the vet you are talking about and I agree...they are soo expensive. I only use them when it's an emergency after hours.

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