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Old October 8th, 2008, 10:04 AM
drfsol drfsol is offline
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Question Teeth extraction in montreal

Hi everyone,

I need to find a vet that will remove 4 teeth on my little cat Spooky (12 year old)

I just got out of the vet, and it's really expensive (around 800$) so is there are place in Montreal cheaper or is this the average price?

He's just got sick and I treat him with some meds from the vet (for vomiting) and I think I will recover just fine, but that's problably he's bad teeth the cause of the problem (he got also a big fever last weekend, and he stop eat and drink)

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Old October 8th, 2008, 10:49 AM
BenMax BenMax is offline
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I would call other local vets because this price is totally unreasonable. This should not cost more than $500.00 (infact maybe lower).

I will PM you a vet that is very good and reasonable in price.
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Old October 8th, 2008, 11:21 AM
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$800 really sounds expensive. Try this vet in the West Island, Dr. Laurent, Sources Veterinary Hospital 514-684-5443. I heard they are very good. Also Liesse Animal Hospital 514-631-1533 Otherwise you can call other vets maybe closer to your home. It sure pays to shop around.
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Old October 8th, 2008, 12:25 PM
George61 George61 is offline
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Teeth extraction

If you are willing to travel to Howick, Quebec. They are located on the south shore, the 45 minute drive is worth the savings. I don't know about a cat but our dog had quite a few teeth removed there, and she only charged $250.00 rather than $1,200 at a Vet in Pierrefonds.
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Old October 8th, 2008, 01:13 PM
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Actually $800 isn't so terribly out of line, depending on what that includes. Pre-op bloodwork, blood pressure monitoring, gas anesthetic, IV fluids before and during, pain-meds (make sure you get post-op pain meds!), antibiotics, x-rays . . . . all add up, and if the vet isn't incorporating all of the above, especially in a 12 yr old cat, then I wouldn't be getting the procedure done by that vet.
"To close your eyes will not ease another's pain." ~ Chinese Proverb

“We must not refuse to see with our eyes what they must endure with their bodies.” ~ Gretchen Wyler
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Old October 9th, 2008, 02:31 PM
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Thanks you all for your information, in fact I don't have the estimate on paper, so first, I will ask one because he just start to eat again and he look really fine... so, I will definitively go with the teeth extraction.

I will let you know the details, so if it can help someone else ;-)

thanks again
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