I don't have to tell you that vet visits can get pretty expensive. Over the years, because of my books and websites, I have become friends with several wonderful veterinarians.
As my friendship with them has developed, I have discovered that not all vets are the same. My vet friends have revealed some of the secrets that they don't want the average person to know about the business of veterinary medicine.
It seems that some vets are more motivated than money than their clients may assume. You see, when someone brings their dog or cat in for a visit (or an emergency procedure), the vet often has options on what they do.
Unfortunately, some vets take advantage of the situation and do things that are as much designed to make a profit as they are to help your pet.
This is just one of the ways you can be overcharged by your vet. There are some important questions you can ask to avoid the unnecessary procedures and charges. Every pet owner should know what to ask and be an INFORMED consumer.
That is why I am so happy that my friend, Dr. Andrew Jones who is a practicing vet in Canada put together a special report called The Top 10 Ways to Avoid Getting Overcharged By Your Vet
Dr. Jones has given me permission to give you the report for free. Just download the PDF from the link below.
After you have downloaded and read the report, I hope you will post your thoughts here in this discussion forum.
I would love to hear your ideas about other ways to prevent getting overcharged at the vet.