Times are tight! 

Learn how to 

Save Money On Vet Bills Today.

This quick guide will show you how to get instant access to professional vets 24/7 & save $100's on your next bill.

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What happens if I can't afford a vet?

Let's face it pets are more than just animals they are part of the family keeping them healthy is a priority.

But in these troubling times, not everyone will have a spare $1000+ put aside in case of pet emergencies.

$50 - $100 the average cost of a basic vets visit "before any medical treatment"

If you like 55% of Americans don't pet insurance then for any vet to look at let alone treat your pet you will need to find at least $50 - $100 for the consultation.

If you don't have the money you will need to finance the treatment by other means either a friend or relative or through some sort of loan or credit card.

Specialist treatment can cost $1000 - $5000+

If your pet has to have any special treatments for Cancer, Epilepsy, Broken bones etc then vet bills can run into $1000's even $10,000's which is beyond the reach of many ordinary people.

How can I reduce my vet bills?

Here is our top 5 ways to save money on vet bills


Use a vet collage.

Google search for vet collages in your local nearby, call them and ask for a rundown of their prices. Compare that to what your local vet charges it will usually be a lot lower as the students need practice and hands-on experience so can charge a lower rate.

Don't worry this is a great way to save money on vet bills a professional vet will oversee everything.


Shop around "price comparison".

I'm sure you wouldn't just purchase the first Car, TV or Mobile Phone you see instore! So why would you go to the nearest vet practice?

Ask yourself would it be worth driving to the next town to save $100 in vet bills, I'm sure it would. Do your research ask around.


Keep your pet healthy.

A healthy pet is not likely to need a vet or suffer from expensive problems as an unfit pet with a poor diet so preempt those vet bills. Buy the best pet food you can afford and keeps vaccinations update.

Regular check-ups can find small problems before they become big expensive ones.


How much should I save for vet bills.

A great alternative to pet insurance is to open a separate bank account for emergency vet bills or get a savings tin that you will never touch! Set up a direct debit and pay as much as you can in per month or week this will soon mount up and when your pet is older and needs treatment the money is there.

I try and save $500 per year in my pet account.

Option 5:

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Get immediate help when your Dog, Cat, Fish, Hampster or any other pet is under the weather; have a veterinarian on-call 24/7; connect without a hefty hourly rate; 12,000 Experts ready to answer any question at anytime.

Connect with the Experts via email, text or phone. Include photos, documents, and more.

benefit 3: stay protected

JustAnswer is the perfect solution to your Pet problems if you cannot easily reach a veterinarian or are self-isolation due to the pandemic. 

It will also offer you peace of mind knowing that a quick online chat can diagnose your pet's illness from the comfort of your own home, at a fraction of the cost of a visit to the Vets practice.

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