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Crazychowchowmum

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« on: May 15, 2019, 13:20 »
Wow! Didn't know that this could work!

Are you sure it's safe though?

Whenever my dog tries to eat something like that, I act like crazy and try to take it off of her mouth.  :P

Keeping my dog healthy and managing her healthcare cost is something that I am struggling with for quite some time. It's so difficult to keep your pet healthy in the long run and not go bankrupt. Recently I started purchasing my dogs medicine from an online shop called Vetscriptions and I stumbled upon their blog about 10 tips to save money from the vets and I believe it's very helpful. They also have an infographic which I find awesome! I attached it to this post so you can take a look if you want to!
I already have started doing some of these tips and I actually saw some positive change to my bank account.  :D

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Re: Vetscriptions
« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2019, 12:19 »
Hi All,

I haven't insure my dog yet, but now she's been diagnosed with diabetes and I'm thinking to do so. What pet insurance company would you recommend?
Actually I found a blog from an online vet pharmacy called Vetscriptions and there are some pretty good ideas to keep the cost at the vets low!

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« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2019, 12:47 »
I actually find independent vet practices to be more focused and devoted on animal care while corporate practices, in many cases, just want to rip you off. There is also a very nice blog from an online pharmacy called Vetscriptions and they are talking about independent and corporate vet practices. www.vetscriptions.co.uk/blogs/news/10-tips-for-saving-money-at-vets

Crazychowchowmum

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« Reply #3 on: Jun 04, 2019, 10:28 »
Wow! Thanks for the information. I would like to also add preventative care. There are many things we can do to prevent dental problems, weight problems etc in the long run. Here's a blog that talks more about preventative care and what we can do to protect our little babies. www.vetscriptions.co.uk/blogs/news/10-tips-for-saving-money-at-vets

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Re: Vetscriptions
« Reply #4 on: Jun 05, 2019, 17:48 »
Thanks! My dog hates being shampooed but I think she wouldn't mind be sprayed. Probably she'll be a bit scared, I guess! Anyway, I don't like fleas at all, so I always prefer being up to date with the flea treatment. I found an online pharmacy here in UK and it is actually quite cheap compared to the other ones. And the best thing is that they have some seasonal discounts, especially for flea and worm treatment. www.vetscriptions.co.uk/

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Re: Vetscriptions
« Reply #5 on: Jun 05, 2019, 19:48 »
Crazychowchowmum - I have moved your promotional posts about Vetscriptions into the Classified section. Please add any further endorsements to this thread.
Your post and comments may be helpful to others. Please remember to update your thread. Feedback to the forum is appreciated.

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Re: Vetscriptions
« Reply #6 on: Jun 11, 2019, 15:09 »
I believe that vaccinations are essential for our pets health. They can prevent not only serious illnesses but also common ones. Because of vaccinations, many fatal illnesses seized to exist and for me, this is amazing and part of our evolution as a species.
Anyway, there is a blog from an online pharmacy called Vetscriptions, which gives some tips on how to save money at the vets but also talks about preventative care and what pet owners can do to keep their pets healthy.

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Re: Will the independent vet survive?
« Reply #7 on: Jun 14, 2019, 17:03 »
Hello,
In my experience as a pet owner, I find it easier to trust an independent vet over corporate ones. In many cases, the staff at an independent practice is more client caring and pet focused. The independent vets also seem more friendly and helpful! There is a blog from an online pharmacy, that talks about this issue.