If you have not yet had the opportunity to see what goes on “behind the scenes” please feel free to ask one of our team members. We would be pleased to give you the tour.
The time taken for updating knowledge, a proper diagnostic, a treatment plan, and the means and material used must also be considered for pricing towards a service received.
In fact, should the overall vet bill be split on a daily basis, it would show that many other family expenses are much higher than what is allotted to our dog or cat, food included.
For more clarity on the pricing of vet clinics, please have a look at an article that was printed in the Brome County News by Dr. Bernhard Pukay entitled “Vets worth every cent”.
Few people know about the human and material needs required to provide the best care to our pets. This often leads to the impression that their costs are too high.
Those who have visited our clinic realize that behind the reception area is a fully functioning hospital (operation room, digital x-ray, laboratory, dentistry equipment, treatment/recovery room, pharmacy, etc…) and have agreed that the pricing is in direct relation to the care provided.