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Teethe cleaning on my cat
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Lynn3B in Gorham, ME.Posted: December 9th, 2015 08:12AM
At home or at veterinarian's office: VetCost: 450.00 - 700.00
I was given a low end quote of $405.00 and upward end of $700.00 and had to sign a consent form. My cat is 14 years old and just had dental work done 2 years ago at $400.00. Vet insurance doesn't cover anything and they slid micro chipping in the quote too. Love my cats, but goodness, who can afford it?? (Everyone thinks I'm crazy, but I too love my cats)
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Cat Dental Work
Amount: $600.00
Posted by: Kitty lady in Temple City, CA.Posted: November 16th, 2015 12:11PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Cost: $0
Vet wanted $600 for blood work and radiographs. Before any dental work is even done. 12 yr old cat needs several teeth extracted, won't eat and developed heart trouble as a result. Outrageous.
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dental cleaning for cat
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Posted by: Violet in fort myers, FL.Posted: November 14th, 2015 01:11PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: vetCost: 800
My vet quoted me $800 for a regular cleaning (including anesthesia). I don't have the money so I've started trying to brush my cats teeth. I really like my vet but I'm thinking of shopping around for this procedure (since prices seem to vary).
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Deep cleaning, anesthesia, no extractions 2015
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Bella's mama in Brighton, MA.Posted: August 18th, 2015 03:08PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Vet's officeCost: $800.00
I'm in shock comparing the cost I was quoted by my vet vs what I'm seeing on here. I am in the process of finding a cheaper option, as I am unemployed. My vet has no payment plans and I can't get insurance on this b/c it's a pre-existing condition. I'm going to see if there is a medical school with a vet program, that is supposed to be cheaper...we'll see.
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Cat Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: T. Ann in St. Albans, VT.Posted: July 18th, 2015 12:07PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: VetCost: $959
I was just at our vet and he said it's time to have our cat's teeth cleaned. He quoted me an estimate of $959. Quite frankly, my jaw dropped.
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$1600 in Edgewater NJ
Amount: $1,600.00
Posted by: Lucyshelly in Edgewater, NJ.Posted: June 15th, 2015 01:06PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Vets officeCost: $1600
$70 for the pre oral exam visit.mthen they gave me an estimate that was from $450-$1250. I agreed hoping it wouldn't be at the higher end of the estimate but prepared nonetheless.nthe. They called me while my cat was UNDER ANESTHESIA And told me that actually it would be $1600 because it was really bad and they had to remove all of his teeth. When I went in for the pre surgery visit I specifically asked what the worst case scenario would be and how much that would cost. Of course they did not tell me anything about having to maybe take out all of his teeth and it costing me way more than their estimate. I had no choice and had to pay it. I have yet to find a vet that isn't a complete crook or doesn't totally take advantage of pet parents.
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Cat Teeth Cleaning / no extractions/ yes fluids
Amount: $157.00
Posted by: Aileen Roberts in Arlington, TX.Posted: May 29th, 2015 03:05PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Veterinarian's OfficeCost: 157.00
I was dumbfounded when I read some of the quotes and amounts spent for a cats teeth cleaning cited on this website. I always knew that my vet was the best and had a lower cost than most, but not hundreds of dollars less. I'm thinking that I'm glad I live in Texas, for this reason and many many other reasons!
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Cat Dental Cleaning incl anesthetic plus antibotics
Amount: $400.00
Posted by: Elaine in Rockville MD in Rockville, MD.Posted: March 12th, 2015 07:03AM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Vet's Office Rockville MDCost: 400
Took both my cats in so bill was $800 ($00 each) - sheesh! but I'm glad they gave me the dental month discount or it could have been $900 ($450 each) . Guess it would have been slightly (very) cheaper if they didn't need antibiotics to follow-up. $400 each seems to fall within normal range though. Note: this is Feb 2015 but system year only goes through 2014.
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dental cleaning
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: Leo's Mom in Florence, SC.Posted: December 11th, 2014 09:12PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: veterinarianCost: $125
I was quoted $125 but the vet. dr. wasn't sure! There is a 3 month wait to have this done. Meanwhile I asked for advice in the meantime, and she merely, said to start cleaning the cat's teeth and just take the risk of getting bit!!! OMG. I think $125 is alot but compared to what Ive read, this sounds like a bargain. Debating to get this done since I cannot afford it!
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Another reason to leave Connecticut
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Posted by: romanimal in Colchester, CT.Posted: May 5th, 2014 07:05PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Vet officeCost: 680
Here in central Connecticut $180 for exam and bloodwork. $500 for cleaning and anesthesia. Extractions, etc are extra.
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What People Are Paying - Cat teeth cleaning
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Posted by: just purrfect in Exeter, NH.Posted: March 28th, 2014 07:03AM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Vet\'s officeCost: quote
11 year old healthy cat - vet wants to do teeth cleaning on her. Vet is charging between $750 - $1600 for teeth cleaning. No problems, no serious issues with cat's teeth, no extractions! I am appalled! Living on Social Security and Medicare simply cannot afford this! I live in New Hampshire. Tried to ask vet to lower costs due to limited income and she refused. Thots,pls!!! Sincerely, Melinda
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dental cleaning-cat
Amount: $289.00
Posted by: Sherri1999 in roseville, MI.Posted: March 12th, 2013 03:03PM
At home or at veterinarian's office: veterinarianCost: 289.00
this amount included-oral examination, anesthesia, dental fluid therapy set-up(?),scaling and polishing, recovery monitoring, hospitalization, dental X-rays--multiple views, pre-anesthetic sedation, Telazol sedation, DexDomitor, Torbugesic 10mg/ml injection. I thought this was high but apparently not.
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teeth cleaning and pulled one tooth under general anesthetic plus antibotics
Amount: $330.00
Posted by: LD53 in Nampa, ID.Posted: February 10th, 2013 10:02AM
At home or at veterinarian's office: Pet Health Clinic In Nampa IdCost: 330.00
To oexpensive for what they did. Cheaper for Adults to have the same thing.rnNow my sweet Lizzie has some type of respiratory infection, she has no energy and is sneezing frequently.
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