How High Would the Vet Bill Have to Be For You to Stop Treatment on Your Pet?
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This because Frankie’s oldest dog Winnie goes in for x-rays today and she might need an operation which could cost a few thousand!
–According to a Pet Insurance Company, the average tipping point where people decide to stop treatment is . . . $1,451.
–The thing is . . . while that’s a lot of money, it’s not THAT high. Some pretty common pet injuries and illnesses cost at least that much to treat.
–When a dog or cat tears cartilage in its knee, the surgery is more than $1,500.
–A foreign object in the intestine or stomach can cost $1,500 to $2,000 to remove.
–Treating tumours costs more than $1,600.
–Treatment for disc injuries can cost around $3,200.
So you might need to re-evaluate.