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Old 02-13-2018, 09:25 PM   #1
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Took Remmy to the Vet this morning to get his teeth done. $549.81 later, he is home and feeling very sorry for himself. I don't know how they figure the Senior Discount, sometimes it is a couple of hundred dollars, this time it is only $59.24 so without the discount it would be over $600.00 to get your dog's teeth cleaned and any teeth pulled. They charge per minute for pulling teeth so I always make sure I get one certain Vet as he is the fastest. Their rates have gone up as it is now $60 for the office visit.

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Old 02-14-2018, 12:36 PM   #2
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Wow! I always tell myself I will brush my dogs teeth but she hates for me to put my finger in her mouth. So we give her a half dental chew once a day. My bad. I know I should brush her teeth. Teeth are so important to overall health.
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That does sound a little pricey... did he have many extractions? I have been using Petzlife with my two as it was highly recommended on this forum a while back by one of the German Shepherd breeders. Initially, they didn't like it but with her peanut butter trick they don't mind it at all (and I get the entertainment of watching them work the peanut butter in their mouths ). It seems to be working well for them.
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