Vet Bill for Cat Tooth Extraction
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Just took mum's elderly cat (10 years) who has lost a lot of weight for blood tests - all came back clear. Vet said he had a lot of plaque and a tooth that needed removed. I booked him in last week for this to be taken care of. Was quite shocked :shocked:to receive a bill for £297 - is it just me or is this quite pricey - was expecting it to be somewhere in the region of £200 at the most. Vet thought they had told me the cost (which they hadn't) but then again I did not ask. Just wondered if anyone else thinks this is "over the top"? I live in Glasgow. Cant clam it back on the insurance as the cat needed to have had a "dental" examination in the last year before they will pay out. I am beginning to wonder whats the point of the insurance policy as his excess is now £115 and his blood tests came in at around £138 - vet charges money to complete the form, so cant claim them back either.
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