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mary
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Feb 12, 2016 at 13:53
• Mary
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Bonnie is going to have to get a job.  She can work as a model or perhaps as a guard dog. She has to earn some money to pay for her Vet visits.  I just had her teeth  cleaned, to the tune of $636.00.  Maybe she can be a model for pearly white teeth.


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Iver and Sailor
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Feb 12, 2016 at 14:18
• David
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That's pretty expensive Mary.
They must have done a lot of work.
When Iver was 11 I had a dental done on him
Even with special anaesthesia for his age
and even with 2 teeth pulled the bill came to about $350
Your vet sounds pretty expensive
Have you considered shopping around for a more fair vet?
Unless there was extensive work, $636 sounds too high

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Deb, Emmie, and Angel Kelsie
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Feb 12, 2016 at 14:44
• Deborah
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Goodness, I never realized that having teeth cleaned was so expensive! I'm sure the price differs depending on where you live, but wow.....
Love, Deb, Emmie, and Angel Kelsie

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mary
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Feb 12, 2016 at 15:53
• Mary
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I have been using the same Vet for about 15 years.  The problem is that they put up a new building and they now have 9 Vets working there..  I think they have raised their prices.

By the way, she did have two teeth extracted, but I still think the price was too high.  I think I will look for a new Vet 


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Sir William
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Feb 13, 2016 at 13:20
• Allen
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Maybe pen university in philly would be more reasonable. Should be close to you.

Love Allen and Sir William ^--^ 

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NimbySue
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Feb 12, 2016 at 16:22
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We weckon Bonnie must go and get a job...maybe advertising for the vets dental care and gleamy white toofers...Mummy says it sounds a real lot of money Mary...Hugs and kisses Nimby and Bwuvver Andrew xxxxxxxxxxxxx

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Casey
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Feb 12, 2016 at 16:51
• Theo
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Here, I think cleaning without any extractions is around $500 but it's been a few years since Casey had his done so it is no doubt more.

There are several things you can buy to help keep their teeth clean, but I can't find my documents with the info right now. I know when I get another Westie (or two or three) I'll be brushing their teeth.

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David, Cooper, Caesar
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Feb 12, 2016 at 19:12
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Just had the boys teeth done last week.  $375.00 each, no extractions, but included senior bloodwork, IV placement, and IV fluids  Guess I got off lucky.

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Charleen And Matthew
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Feb 12, 2016 at 20:31
• Charleen
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Well, NJ isn't a cheap place to live from what I've heard.  I think I paid a little less than that for all three of mine a couple years ago.  He gave me a 25 % discount for doing all three of them.  That was with the blood work and the "senior" anesthetic.  I'm not giving their teeth a chance to ever get tarter on them again.  They get a very good (3 minute) brushing every day.  I had them in last week for a dental check and he said their teeth look wonderful, best teeth he's seen all week and to continue what I'm doing.

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Diana
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Feb 13, 2016 at 03:17
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I am in Australia and that's about what I paid each year for Kelsi's dental, she only ever had one tooth removed in all those years. 

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Mr.Willie
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Feb 13, 2016 at 19:54
• Sandra
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Enjoy showing off the pearly white smiles Bonnie. It's costly here too. Just a cleaning with no extractions is 550.00. 

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Patti and Molly
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Feb 15, 2016 at 09:16
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Mary, that's about what I paid for Molly's last dental work too. It's expensive, considering it's actual surgery for our 4-footed friends. They need anesthesia and surgical aftercare.

But kudos to you for taking care of her teeth - and hopefully they stay clean for a very long time now. I don't think Bonnie wants to get a job. :)

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janet
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Feb 15, 2016 at 12:45
• JANET
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wow!  that is costly.


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