It is common for pet owners to resist going to see a veterinarian specialist. Why? It’s probably for a lot of the same reasons that it is common for us to want to avoid specialist appointments for ourselves. Specialists can cost more than going to see a general practitioner, and you know your dog’s primary care veterinarian. You may feel comfortable with him or her and not too excited about dealing with a stranger. It’s not a good idea to avoid vet specialists though. We can argue back and forth with ourselves when it comes to making decisions about.. - Read More
Does Your Dog Need A Veterinary Specialist?
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