Veterinarians weigh in on spending on pet care

01/23/2010 | Lawrence Journal-World (Kansas)

U.S. households are spending an average of 10% more on veterinary care for their pets than they did in 2001, according to the AVMA. One veterinarian attributes this to advances in diagnostics and the development of better vaccines as well as increased awareness about proper care among pet owners. It is important for owners to understand the different treatment options available for their pets, depending on their budgets, another vet noted.

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