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    Depends on which vet

    I took my bunny to the vet today and was expecting to put him down

    After pricing I was told

    Vet one
    Consultation - 47 dollars
    Put to sleep done on weight 22 dollars

    Vet two
    Consultation - 52 dollars
    Pts - 100 dollars no weight consideration


    Vet two I have discovered is always alot more expensive

    Thankfully my bunny just has a uti,
    It cost me 60.70 cents total for consultation and 2 needles

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    $89 I think for our avian vet in Brissy. Well worth it.

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    The Vet i'm using at the moment charges $67.50 for a consult. Although i think it might depend on what it is for. To have my ferrets bandages changed only cost $33 but then i've paid upto $110 for drugs included in the consult.

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    $70 for the consult here

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    We took my pup to the vet today...it was $66 for the consult. Came to $106 all up with an anti inflmatory injection and some electrolyte drink....hope mousy is ok

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    $70 here for our dog... but one of our dogs got free consults after we spent upwards of $6000 on fixing his leg after he got hit by a car.

    We love, love, love our vet... he made things so much easier for us when Henry has his accident


 

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