Pets At Home Vaccinations

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Pixi, Feb 28, 2010.


  1. Pixi

    Pixi PetForums Junior

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    I'm planning to get Mia's vaccinations done at pet's at home instore vets. in 3 about 3 weeks.
    The whole course will cost me £58 (roughly? it's around the £50 mark)
    And this includes free micro chipping, 10% insore discount, and a free consultation fee. But I can't remember if she said the feline leukemia was included on the course D: does anyone know? If not i'll give them a bell tomorrow. ask and book it.

    I found pet's at home so much more cheaper than my local vet's their course is £55, micro chipping is £22, and the consultation fee is £31 (Alphapet)

    Also anyone who's had any experience from pet's at home vets?

    Also, because Mia is going to be a indoor cat, if the feline leukemia vaccination essential?

    Thankies ^__^
     
  2. messyhearts

    messyhearts PetForums VIP

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    Wow, that's expensive from both! My original vet charged £20 for a chip which included a full check up. Their vaccs are about £40 inc. leukemia & they are very expensive around here. My newer cheaper practice charge £25 for a full course & £15 for a chip & either would include a consultation.
     
  3. Pixi

    Pixi PetForums Junior

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    :( i wish it was that cheap down here!

    Pet's at home is the cheapest I can find in my area!
     
  4. tylow

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    I'm moving to Manchester ;) £67 here and we did phone around. We use Vet in pets at home (companion care)
     
  5. messyhearts

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    I must be lucky then!
     
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    Pixi - It will include leukaemia. Companion care was recommended by breeder friends of ours and we've found them good thus far. Only used them for booster and blood test. I like the fact they're open weekends and public holidays :)
     
  7. Pixi

    Pixi PetForums Junior

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    Thanks tylow!
    I think we should all take advantage of Manchester's cheap vet fees! :p
    I don't understand why prices can vary so harshly :/ :(
     
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