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Question DetailsAsked on 8/24/2013

what are basic prices for veterinary care?

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Varies a lot between big cities and rural areas - typical median might be about $50-75 short visit fee like a simple issue or annual physical, $50 for annual or biannual shots. For an exam requiring lab tests like bloodwork or urine test more like $150-200, surgical visit more like about $250 minimum on up to many thousands for significant surgery. Plus any meds, of course.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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Prices can vary somewhat from city and vet used. Basic visit runs in the $50 range. Shots or vaccinations are in the $20 some range. Many locations are now requiring license purchase. This can be accomplished at your vet's office for about $21 for a 3 year license. Slightly less than what the city will charge. Lab work will vary based on what is done, but, will generally start at $75 and go up. Hazmat disposal fees are about $5. Your pet's prescriptions can be filled or you may take the prescription to your local pharmacy if they fill pet meds.

Answered 6 years ago by BluButterfly




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