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Question DetailsAsked on 10/29/2014

cheapest veterinarian in myrtle beach area

sick cat in myrtle beach/conway/forestbrook and carolina forest area

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In my experience there is not a terrible amount of difference between prices amongst vets in a given area, due to competitive pressures.


I would look for the general or small animal vet near you with the best reviews. And if the cat is sick, I would not be looking at prices anyway - I would be getting it to a vet ASAP, because by the time cats or dogs first show signs of distress the condition is usually a lot more advanced than it would be humans, because unless you are really paying very close attention to their behavior and the look in their eyes they generally do not show distress until they are in what humans would consider real pain, not just discomfort.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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