As the owner, it’s up to you to decide how much money and care you’re going to put into your pet. Each pet owner has his or her own idea of what constitutes reasonable pet care. We recommend services, procedures, and preventive measures that we feel will provide the optimum benefit your pet but you as the owner make the final decision as to what options to provide.
We understand that the cost of taking care of a pet can sometimes seem overwhelming, and we will do what we can to help you. We understand that there may be limits to what one is able or willing to spend on their pet’s health care and we will try our best to provide your pet with the best level of care we can within the fiscal limits you are comfortable setting. However, when someone decides to take on the responsibility of caring for a pet, he or she needs to be prepared for the expenses associated with veterinary care. In many cases, people can look to their family and friends for help with unexpected expenses. If you are worried about being able to provide the optimal level of care for your pet in the case of an emergency, we highly recommend that you look into investing in pet insurance for them.