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How Much Does a Dog Teeth Cleaning Cost?

 
 average costMedium: $70-$350 
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Regular teeth cleaning at a veterinarian's office -- along with brushing the teeth at home between cleanings -- helps prevent gum disease, which can prevent major health problems such as heart and kidney disease. As in humans, oral health in dogs is linked to overall health.

Typical costs:

  • A dog teeth cleaning typically costs between $70 and $350, depending on whether pre-anesthetic bloodwork is done as well as the difficulty of the job, including the amount of build-up on the teeth and under the gumline and whether periodontal disease is present.
  • The average claims amount submitted for dog teeth cleaning by Veterinary Pet Insurance policyholders is $292.
  • Daily brushing with dog toothpaste, which veterinarians recommend in addition to regular cleanings, costs about $30 to $60 or per year, depending on the size of the dog. VeterinaryPartner.com[1] offers a guide to brushing a dog's teeth. An alternative is Oravet[2] , a plaque-fighting gel that is painted on the dog's teeth weekly.
Related articles: Dog Grooming, Dog Vaccination, Owning a Dog, Dog Spay or Neuter, Dog Kennel, Dog Flea Control

What should be included:
  • After examining the dog's teeth and administering anesthesia, the veterinarian removes tartar and plaque and smoothes the surfaces of the roots. If necessary, diseased gum tissue is removed. Then, the veterinarian polishes the teeth and rinses the mouth.
  • A fluoride treatment, which is sometimes included, can help minimize discomfort and harden enamel.
  • The veterinarian keeps a detailed chart of the dog's tooth problems -- such as missing, loose or fractured teeth and periodontal disease -- and procedures performed. Follow-up recommendations also should be provided.
  • DentalVet.com[3] offers a step-by-step look and photos of the process.
Additional costs:
  • If the dog has advanced periodontal diseases, deep scaling and even surgery might be required. DentalVet.com[4] has answers about periodontal disease. Early stage disease may require only a thorough cleaning, but late-stage surgery or extractions can cost $1,000 or more.
Discounts:
  • Some foods and treats can help to control plaque and tartar, which could help save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, if they are part of an overall plan that prevents periodontal disease. Dental diets cost about $30 for a 30-pound bag, or about $250 per year to feed a moderately active medium-sized dog. Treats can cost about $50 to $100 or more per year, depending on the type and frequency of use. The Veterinary Oral Health Council[5] provides a list of approved products.
Shopping for a dog teeth cleaning:
  • Any veterinarian can perform a teeth cleaning, but veterinary dentists are specialists. The American Veterinary Dental College[6] lists veterinary dentists by state.
  • Tip: Start regular exams, cleanings and brushing early in the dog's life. HealthyPet.com[7] offers a pet dental care guide.
  • DentalVet.com[8] has a primer on the types and safety of pet anesthesia.
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Teeth cleaning for my Scottie
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: glynis sorenson in Witchita falls, TX.Posted: June 4th, 2018 09:06AM
Breed: PomeranianVet:
I am on fixed income. I just had my dog neutered a month ago so no blood work should be needed. But he does need his teeth cleaned. There is plague buildup on one side. Is there place I can take him that don't cost so much.
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Dog Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $1,000.00
Posted by: Cindee in New York, NY.Posted: May 19th, 2018 09:05AM
Breed: BichonVet: NYC
First, I was given an estimate of $800-1,000. Within the week, that went up to $1,000-1,500. When I asked why, I was told the vet would call me back to explain. I think this is exorbitant even for NYC. I will be checking prices with other vets and the Animal Hospital. If no other alternative, I will ask the vet to forego the x-rays, although she may refuse. My dog has tartar on his teeth, but no apparent dental problems.
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Teeth cleaning
Amount: $119.00
Posted by: Carlos Rodriguez in Miami, FL.Posted: January 24th, 2018 02:01PM
Breed: YorkieVet: Animal Medical Center & Spa
In/out excellent. Bad breath gone.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $100.00
Posted by: Cheechee in Anniston, AL.Posted: October 2nd, 2017 09:10AM
Breed: YorkieVet: DR.Long
Price for Teeth Cleaning for one dog.
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Cleaning and extraction
Amount: $410.00
Posted by: Mtmomma in Billings, MT.Posted: September 25th, 2017 04:09PM
Breed: BeagleVet:
Our beagle had a cleaning and 19 extraction. The vet was awesome with him and only charged me very little for all of that work.
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Dog Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $458.00
Posted by: Dolce Owner in Tampa, FL.Posted: April 13th, 2017 05:04PM
Breed: Miniture PinscherVet: Tampa Animal Coalition
I have had her for over 5 years. We started with a local vet (2 of them) until the cost got stupid. I then went to Tampa Animal Coalition for my dog for the last 3 years.
The cost ran:
Shots required = $80.00 (Ultimate shot package and license)
Lab work (full blood work) = $125.00
Cleaning = $253.00
In the long run worth every dollar. If it prevents problems and keeps my dog healthy then it is worth the investment. The same as dental for the people.
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: breaking the bank in Boca Raton, FL.Posted: January 12th, 2017 12:01PM
Breed: MixedVet: Boca Mid Town
in order to prefer cleaning, $149 for blood work, chest X-rays and an ekg another $375 and then he brings in a specialist to sedate, X-ray and clean, scale and polish for $809 and then extra if anything is wrong. That's $1,325 plus plus?
I'm looking for advice here
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Teeth cleaning w anesthesia
Amount: $472.00
Posted by: Happy Dog in Easton, PA.Posted: November 16th, 2016 03:11PM
Breed: Tibetan TerrerVet:
I rounded all prices to the dollar. Male dog weighing 36 pounds. 3 years old. Includes X-rays 95.00; does not include blood work last week which was another 150.00. Prophylaxis 43.00, Inpatient care 27.00, Anesthetic Nurse 34.00, Intubation15.00, Anesthesia inhalant 63.00, Anesthesia injection 79.00, Torbutrol injection 13.00, Midazolam injection 9.00 Acerpromazine injectable 9.00. This vet is very attentive and great staff, and I don't know what other local vets charge for similar care. There were no extractions or take home meds. Dog in great shape, but I don't brush teeth and he had built up tar and plaque and we got it before it caused any further problems.
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Dog cleaning
Amount: $796.00
Posted by: Karen Lawrence in West Allis, WI.Posted: July 28th, 2016 07:07PM
Breed: WHIPPET/GREYHOUND ? AdoptedVet: Spirit of 76 vet clinic
My dog was a stray from the humane society. She can be very nervous in new situations but we have always easily finished the visit with no problems.my vet retired I TOOK her to a well established clinic near me. I don't know what happened but she was so afraid that she emptied her anal gland in the back room. Her teeth were cleaned with xrays etc and a small skin flap on her leg with 6 stitches removed. Bill was $790. She was kind of dopey when I picked her up.they told me how she did....?when I took her back she was terrified I have NEVER seen her like that.I'm not sure if I will be able to take her to a vet again. Four and a half months later half later brushing 2 or 3 times a week I have found her back molars very bad tartar. I don'the know what to think!!! Can they get that bad so soon? Gums are also bleeding some.
I need feedback Please
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dog teeth cleaning wash.state
Amount: $300.00
Posted by: keeping my fingewrs crossed. in Bellingham, WA.Posted: July 25th, 2016 03:07PM
Breed: chihuahuaVet:
11yr chi with heart problems,teeth cleaning on July 27.were premed.is there any one here from wash state.
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Teeth Cleaning and Extractions (if necessary)
Amount: $450.00
Posted by: Ruby Brower in Mission Viejo, CA.Posted: June 26th, 2016 02:06PM
Breed: ChihuahuaVet: Dr. B in Mission Viejo, CA
I feel like because I live in a somewhat affluent area in So OC the Vets around here gouge pet owners. I have an Akita that's had 2 knee surgeries and when Vets see that they automatically assume you can afford high vet prices! I'm going to shop around for my Chihuahuas dental care!
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Need help finding a veterinarian to work with me on price
Amount: $500.00
Posted by: Peppy in Madison, AL.Posted: April 21st, 2016 06:04AM
Breed: ChihuahuaVet:
After the 2011 tornadoes, he appeared.He found me, approximately 10 years old, needs numerous extractions. I am a disabled Veteran. I have pulled some of his teeth myself. I will do anything to help him, but I can't afford much.
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Teeth Cleaning on Long Island, NY
Amount: $350.00
Posted by: Westie Lover in Lynbrook, NY.Posted: March 22nd, 2016 07:03AM
Breed: WestieVet: Crawford Animal Hospital
I was so happy when I found Dr. Baum at 690 Merrick Rd, in Lynbrook. Most vets on Long Island start teeth cleaning around $600 plus, or at least the ones who are willing to tell you that over the phone. The others want you to come in to see the Dr first, at a cost I'm sure, and they won't even give a starting price. Crawford Animal Hospital is family run by 2 brothers and their father, and they had great reviews on Google maps. They did a great job and saved me $250 over my regular vet. Plus they did this on a Saturday so I didn't have to arrange time off from work. I highly recommend them!
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Dental cleaning with anesthesia
Amount: $196.05
Posted by: Jane A in Norman, OK.Posted: March 4th, 2016 05:03PM
Breed: Yorkshire TerrierVet: McGee Street Animal Hospital
I have a 5 year old, 12 pound, Yorkie. I had no pet insurance and the low end price was estimated at $280, high end price was $390. We found out since he was under 7 years old, pre-blood work wasn't necessary so that saved us $80 and he didn't need any extractions once they were done. I listed below the prices of what he needed during the dental cleaning
Description:
IV Placement for Surgery $36
Propoflo 28 Injectable per ml $8.80
Anesthesia for Dental Prophy $45
Ultrasonic Scaling and Polishing $75
Sans Oral Application Small Dog $31.25
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Teeth cleaning for all my Dachshunds
Amount: $2,500.00
Posted by: Dachshund Mom in Kingman, NV.Posted: February 26th, 2016 07:02AM
Breed: 5 standard DachshundsVet: Manzanita Animal Hospital
I own 4 standard wire haired Dachshunds and a rescued small standard white Dachshund of unknown origin. They are 14 years to 7 years old. Dr. Anderson does an excellent job on all of them including anesthesia, blood tests, dental floride, dental extractions, furosemide inj., post-op pain control, pain relief injection,& Amoxicillin. The cost can be more with yearly physical and lab tests, but keeping dogs healthy and catching what ails them early can extend ones dogs' life.
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Teeth cleaning w anesthsia and multiple extractions
Amount: $230.00
Posted by: vandermg in Independence, MO.Posted: February 5th, 2016 08:02AM
Breed: DachshundVet: Jackson County Animal Hospital
10 year old Dachshund. Office visit 22$, oral antibiotics 8$, blood work 75.00 anesthesia , teeth cleaning, teeth extraction, pain meds and iv antibiotics, 125.00$ Small busy office very friendly staff.
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Dog teeth cleaning estimate is insane
Amount: $855.00
Posted by: Veryupset in Tigard, OR.Posted: October 7th, 2015 05:10PM
Breed: Vet: Sorrento Animal Hospital
This is just an estimate. It is likely to GO UP from here. I am outraged by this pricing.
$199 blood work and urine analysis
$64 EKG
$50 IV Catheter and Fluids
$295 Senior dental cleaning
$75 Surgical monitoring fee
$125 Digital Xray
$47 Day patient
Total: $855
This is just an estimate. They reserve the right to go over and may or may not actually manage to get hold of you before they do.
I am astonished. I find this outrageous. Pricing like this means that pets will go untreated which is ridiculous. When did vets go the way of the outrageous medical/industrial complex dedicated to bankrupting human patients?
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Dogs teeth cleaned
Amount: $245.00
Posted by: Zeus E's mom in Lee's Summit, MO.Posted: September 2nd, 2015 11:09AM
Breed: Bichon FriseVet: Summit Park Animal Hospital
$107 for labs a few weeks before the cleaning. $138 and change the day of the cleaning. No insurance. I have no idea the exact age of Zeus as he was a shelter dog and an adult when I got him. I've had him 7 yrs. He still has all teeth and romps and plays and jumps so not too elderly. I thought it was expensive but with anesthesia and the care, I'm thinking it was a bargain. They even trimmed his nails for me and talked to me to let me know how he did. He really is my furry kid!
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Dog dental cleaning
Amount: $300.00
Posted by: ka514 in Sacramento, CA.Posted: August 28th, 2015 03:08PM
Breed: Rat terrier - 10 yrs.Vet:
This site was helpful to me, so I thought I would contribute after I had my dog's teeth cleaned. I spent $300 total for the following: pre-anesthesia blood work (since my dog is a senior), polyflex injection (antibiotic), pain injection, scaling and polishing of teeth, fluoride application, and a 7-day supply of antibiotics. While my dog was out, they also checked her ears, anal glands, and clipped her nails (for free). She did not require IV fluids. I was told that any extractions would be $16 each, unless it was a larger back tooth that required stitches. They said that I would not be charged for any loose front incisors that came out easily. She had one top front incisor removed at no cost that was already loose.
I was happy with the results, price, and service. This vet was less than others in the area. When I asked why, I was told this was due to them owning their own scaling equipment.
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Two Tooth Extractions
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: E. in Fayetteville, GA.Posted: August 23rd, 2015 02:08PM
Breed: Mixed BreedVet: Banfield
$1200
For 2 carnassial extractions and scaling, polish. Dog is 7 years old (No Wellness plan). I'm still looking around.
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dog teeth cleaning
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: dacia in san antonio, TX.Posted: July 19th, 2015 10:07AM
Breed: chicuahuaVet:
senior on fix income needs to have dog's teeth clean. I need to find an affordable vetenerian in san Antonio,tx
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $556.50
Posted by: Ginny Weller in Carlisle, PA.Posted: April 8th, 2015 10:04AM
Breed: English SetterVet: Carlisle Small Animal Vet Clinic
HealthChek Bloodwork - $109. Catheterization - $15. Propoflo - $22. Anesthesia - $122. Dental Radiograph per tooth - $45. Teeth Cleaning - $90. Extractions per tooth - $40.60. Medical Waste Disposal - $2.80. Flouride Treatment - $11.60. Flo-Cillin Antibiotic Injection - $22. Miscellaneous Medication (how about telling me what the medication actually is??) - $54.50. Analgesic Pain Management - $22. Nail Trim - Free (gee, thanks).
I can hardly afford to care for my pets and I know I could get it done cheaper elsewhere, but my vets are top notch and have saved more than one of my dogs on more than one occasion.
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Teeth cleaning w anesthesia at one of the best rated vets in San Diego
Amount: $288.00
Posted by: a user in San Diego, CA.Posted: February 26th, 2015 08:02PM
Breed: Shiba InuVet: Governor Animal Clinic
5 year old Shiba Inu/ 1st cleaning/ no insurance/ 1st time at this vet. I was told by others on the dog park that Governor Animal Clinic was one of the best clinics in SD but also a little pricey. By the looks of what others have paid I feel so much better about my experience. Cost break down as followed:
$57 Office visit (1st time), $55 Sedation, $30 nursing care, $60 Dental cleaning- hand scaling (level 1), $86 Sevoflurane gas to help wake him up & a few hours observation.
Total: $288.
Heck, I even had both ears cleaned while he was under, Bordetella/Parainfluenza Booster given, and got a 6 month supply of flea meds (comfortis). All together with the dental work I walked out paying $434.
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Dog Dental cleaning
Amount: $157.00
Posted by: Kittybelle in Miami, FL.Posted: February 17th, 2015 10:02AM
Breed: Havanese- male -3 yrsVet: Smiley Pet Stop
I had a mobile come to my Miami home and a dental cleaning was performed without anesthesia inside the mobile. Done Feb 17, 2015 It took 1 hour. Teeth had tartar & were black. Bad breath also. When she finished his teeth were white again. It is a holistic approach with music. It is not for all dogs. Found a coupon in groupon for this service. Great job Vivian
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $500.00
Posted by: Milo's family in San diego, CA.Posted: January 8th, 2015 06:01AM
Breed: Dachsund Beagle Chihuahua mixVet: Clairemont Village Pet Clinic
10 year old dog, bad breath, visible dark colored plaque build-up at gum lines, 1st ever cleaning. Here's the cost breakdown:
$80 Blood panel to clear him for procedure, $119 Anesthesia, $49 Dental prophy+polish, $23 Antibiotic injection, $41 Clavamox 125 mg, $75 SANOS application-per bottle, $19 Fluids IV procedure, $24 pre-anesthetic medication, $47 Catheterization, $4 Flouride treatment, $2 ProVseal application, $11 Surgical hazardous waste disposal
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Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $166.00
Posted by: DanielleRB in San Bernardino, CA.Posted: January 2nd, 2015 06:01PM
Breed: ChihuahuaVet: Arrowview Animal Clinic
I cannot believe the amount of vets that take advantage of people with the insanely high $$ cost of vet bills! I only paid $166 for my dog to get his teeth cleaned. They charge $98 for the procedure with no additional cost to pull any teeth. The additional cost were for blood testing, antibiotics and IV. My dog is almost 8 years old and their staff does an amazing job caring for him. By far the lowest prices I have ever found!! This cost is for January 2015!!
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Teeth cleaning and extractions
Amount: $1,600.00
Posted by: SadMom in Reno, NV.Posted: December 22nd, 2014 03:12PM
Breed: Mini-schnauzer-14.5 yrsVet:
Price included cleaning ($475), 14 extractions (one was a cracked tooth), antibiotics, and pain meds. In my opinion this was extremely expensive. Also a waste since my dog passed away one month after the procedure. My advice to every one is to get X-rays if you have an older dog. He may have loss of appetite from cancer and not dental. I didn't have the X-rays done because it would have been another $400. I wish I had gone to a less expensive Vet to get the X-rays. Always check around and don't rush into anything. My dog had advanced cancer and we didn't know until after his dental surgery. It would have saved me $1600 and my dog lots of needless pain and suffering.
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Exorbitant charges for 2.5 year old Chi
Amount: $1,100.00
Posted by: Rescue Mom in Stead, NV.Posted: October 15th, 2014 10:10AM
Breed: ChiVet:
This is more than I can afford so I had to have them just scale and they said 1 tooth was loose and one might need to be removed at $50. Per tooth. I appreciate their training but it's rough on folks woth fixed incomes. I put some money aside every month for vet bills but this was way more than I could save.
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"Old Lady" teeth cleaning and extraction
Amount: $0.00
Posted by: samagliani in Killeen, TX.Posted: October 7th, 2014 02:10PM
Breed: YorkieVet: Banfield
Harley, who is 15, is still in surgery as I write this. The vet just called to give me an update on her condition. She will have to have 7 teeth extracted today. Several fell out during the cleaning. Will I be charged for those? They have also found 2 eupulis tumors in her mouth. We said to go ahead and remove those for pathology. We are hoping they are from the chronic irritation from the gum disease. I think my girl will have a rough few days ahead of her, but in the long run I would have spent my last dime making her better. Do I think it's expensive? Yes!!
Harley has had dental cleanings before and did very well. At the last one the vet recommended no more cleanings due to her age. Now we pay for that bad advice. If we had known he would have continued the cleanings. We love our girl and don't wish her any unnecessary pain. Good luck to all of you with your faithful friends and companions. Take care
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Shop around!
Amount: $190.00
Posted by: Jennylyn55 in Las Vegas, NV.Posted: October 4th, 2014 01:10PM
Breed: Terrier mixVet: Green Valley AH
My small terrier mix who weighs 15lbs cracked the large, triangular tooth in back. My regular vet quoted $450+ for one tooth to be extracted. I am a student and can't afford that high a price tag, but didn't want my pup to be in pain so I asked coworkers and friends for their vet's info. The price varies drastically so shop around and find a vet you are confident in. The lowest I was quoted was $137 and the highest was $600. I ended up paying $190 for anesthesia, cleaning, one extraction, antibiotics and pain medication.
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Dog Teeth Cleaning
Amount: $80.00
Posted by: Old cat juggler in , CO.Posted: September 5th, 2014 01:09PM
Breed: allVet:
Rescues usually require contracts that clearly spell out your responsibility for the animals wellbeing after adoption, NOT the other way around- cats and dogs are not under warranty. "Rescuing" any animal into a life of dirt-cheap treatment and neglect is animal abuse; neglecting care until problems create more expensive, even life-threatening complications, does not shift the responsibility onto the treating doctor (veterinarians attend a four-year medical program, not some six-week tech school).
I just retired from the field, luckily in an area where income and education levels can sustain quality treatment of animals; for the reader, cleaning w/o anesthesia is marginal at best, and with anesthesia competent dentistry is a huge bargain if its under $750. Subsidized shelters compromise local vets business, because people take advantage of cheap services offset by donations. Spays do not "cost" $15.
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Deep cleaning and extractions
Amount: $90.00
Posted by: Cocoa's Mom - Phyllis Rios in Lawrenceville, GA.Posted: August 23rd, 2014 01:08PM
Breed: ChihuahuaVet: Society of Humane Friends of Gwinnett Co
When we got our 4-year baby from someone she had horrible breath and our vet recommended a deep cleaning for $175. I checked around and the SOHFGA did the same procedure for $80. So I had them do it at the same time we had her spayed. They did an excellent job of cleaning and polishing her teeth. She has about 7 side teeth that had to be extracted due to periodontal disease, but they did not charge anything extra. The price included also a 10 day antibiotic. I paid only $10 more for a pain and anti-inflammatory shot for her. I was extremely please with the results and the price. It was August 2014 (not 2012).
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Quote at Veterinary "teaching" hospital
Amount: $1,100.00
Posted by: N. Stevens in Fort Collins, CO.Posted: July 22nd, 2014 02:07PM
Breed: Italian GreyhoundVet:
This the quote from CSU vet hospital for cleaning and extraction including blood work and anesthesia. I thought University teaching hospitals, being somewhat tax-payer supported would have a competitive price, at least less than the private sector-Nope! What are they "teaching the students? To gauge customers?
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16yr old mini poodle
Amount: $260.00
Posted by: Animallover in Virginia Beach, VA.Posted: April 24th, 2014 09:04PM
Breed: Mini poodleVet: Virginia Beach SPCA
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