Practice Of Veterinary Medicine Is Sometimes Frustrating
P.S. so far the bill is $2,200 and they still don’t know what’s wrong and she still wont eat or drink on her own.
Robert, welcome to the world of practice. You are frustrated, and we understand that. Imagine how frustrated your veterinarian is. Not that the focus is on us, because the focus is directly on your pet. Still, this doctor has done a lot of work, performed all the right tests and has given all of the right treatments, yet your pooch is still not well. You may be certain that he feels the pressure to get her well just as strongly as you feel the heartache of wanting her well.
She may still need an exploratory surgery of her abdomen. No disease has a price tag. Nowhere is it written that your pet will become well if $”x” are spent. Some conditions are made better for $100.00. Some cost thousands or even thousands and thousands. Some never get better no matter how much you spend. Some don’t have $2200.00 to spend on a pet. Some don’t even have $100.00 for unexpected pet problems, it may be all they can do to maintain regular monthly and annual wellness care.