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how much does it cost to get a dog neutered
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Old 24-02-2011, 12:09 PM
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Default how much does it cost to get a dog neutered

i am getting a patterdale tomorrow but have just found out he's not neutered like first thought.

is this covered by pet insurance firstly, and if not how much would i expect to pay? I'm based in Kent x

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There is a recent thread on this http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....php?t=3068696

I would phone around a few vets though, there can be quite a jump in prices between vets. I have never heard of it being covered by insurance, although I may be wrong.
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me being daft just found it. x

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definitely not covered by insurance and dependent on the size of the dog. Patterdales are tiny so should be pretty cheap (in comparison with a great dane).
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Do phone around as prices here in yorkshire vary by over 30%
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just rung around costs between 115 and 200! x

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You can get help from pdsa/rspca/dogs trust and probably others depending on circumstances. I wish they would do a neuter campaign in my area!
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