People often think that being a vet means you get free treatment for dogs. However this is not true.
When a dog or cat belonging to a vet falls sick, they may have the expertise but they also need to cover the cost. The medicines, injections, supplies cost money.
Sometimes the treatment cost is just too much to handle and they need insurance to cover that cost.
When Dr. Tyler S from Indiana discovered that his Golden Retriever had cancer, he had two options.
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He could either make her undergo the radiation therapy which cost $7000 or just enjoy the remaining days with her.
Thankfully, he had pet insurance which helped him through this situation and get financially prepared for his pet’s treatment.
My options were to amputate her leg, undergo over $7,000 in radiation therapy, or simply cross my fingers and enjoy whatever time I may have left with her.
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