Veterinary fees in this area of England have gone up considerably in even the last few years, and will no doubt continue to go up in line with the additional expectations that are placed on a modern small animal practice. Advances in diagnostics such as ‘in house’ blood machines allow vets to work up a case more fully and quicker than was previously possible but also adds to the practice costs and are therefore factored in to the fee structure. Modern veterinary medicines are considerably more advanced than they were a decade ago and each year, better drugs come on to the market. Many of these drugs are more expensive than the previously available drugs but bring great value in terms of their efficacy and safety, so it is only appropriate that we use these where indicated to treat your pet in the best way open to us.
Having said that, at Terrington Veterinary Centre we aim to keep our fees as low as possible and in line with other practices in the area. Below are a number of commonly requested fees, should you wish to know for comparison purposes. All prices are current as of opening and are INCLUDING VAT at the current rate.
We have a qualified behaviourist in the practice
*Vaccination courses consist of two doses given 3 - 5 weeks apart
*Cost of procedure is dependent on the weight of the dog
Terrington Veterinary Centre
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