£15.00 vaccination for your dog or cat @ Vets4pets
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£15.00 vaccination for your dog or cat @ Vets4pets

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Found 16th Oct 2013
Damn just paid £28 for my cat and just seen this advertised on t.v for just £15 grrrrr x

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The Vac4Life is good value too, our local Vets4Pets was running a 50% off coupon in the free paper a while back so we got ours for £50.

Yea, but they don't tell you about the £26 consultation fee ontop. Cold from me.

pippajohnst1207

Yea, but they don't tell you about the £26 consultation fee ontop. Cold … Yea, but they don't tell you about the £26 consultation fee ontop. Cold from me.



There is no fee on top for vaccinations, they also gave our pet a month of flea treatment on the first vaccination course.
Edited by: "oddballjamie" 16th Oct 2013

oddballjamie

There is no fee on top for vaccinations, they also gave our pet a month … There is no fee on top for vaccinations, they also gave our pet a month of flea treatment on the first vaccination course.



I had my dog vaccinated on this deal a few months back and was charged the consulation fee ontop. I know if you get the vacc for lifeyou don't get charged it as my mother has this for her cat.

pippajohnst1207

I had my dog vaccinated on this deal a few months back and was charged … I had my dog vaccinated on this deal a few months back and was charged the consulation fee ontop. I know if you get the vacc for lifeyou don't get charged it as my mother has this for her cat.



You must've had a check up or something else booked as well. A friend of mine had his two pups done without buying the Vac4Life and didn't have any extra fees to pay.

I suggest you take it up with the vets you went to.

Definitely no consultation fee for this at my local Vets4Pets. If I were you, I would take the time to go back to them to find out why they charged you this fee.

Oh, a point worth noting ... I am certain that the consultation fee is approximately £18 at the branch I go to with my moggies. I have only had to take one of them for a treatment other than vaccination and thought the consultation fee was fair. Also, they don't charge a consultation fee when I take one of them to have her claws trimmed. The charge for that (from memory) is only £6.95. They are much cheaper than the last vets we used.

I just phoned and booked my dog in.. Asked about the fee.. She said there is none unless you're not registered there or the vaccinations aren't up to date.. Brilliant deal.. Thanks for posting

mclgannm

Oh, a point worth noting ... I am certain that the consultation fee is … Oh, a point worth noting ... I am certain that the consultation fee is approximately £18 at the branch I go to with my moggies. I have only had to take one of them for a treatment other than vaccination and thought the consultation fee was fair. Also, they don't charge a consultation fee when I take one of them to have her claws trimmed. The charge for that (from memory) is only £6.95. They are much cheaper than the last vets we used.



Sounds like the nurse would've done the clipping, I don't think there's any consultation charge at our local one to see the nurse.

Another tip is to buy a prescription at the vets (about £8 ) for flea treatment and buy it online, saves us £25 on six pipettes doing this.

Edited by: "oddballjamie" 16th Oct 2013

It's £15 per vaccination though so £30 if you want the full course for your kittens. I rang them and checked and she said I just pay the £30 when I come to the branch and never mentioned anything else. Still a lot cheaper than what I paid last time which was approx £60, my cat has had a litter of kittens and two friends have taken them here and only been charged £15 for each set so I really hope there isn't a consultation charge! I'll keep you all updated. Great if they just need their boosters!

For my new puppy at our vets the petplan insurance is £10 per month but that includes vaccinations, worming, flea treament, nail clipping and yearly checkup. Seems good value to me. Plus we take all of our pets there and are happy with local service.

Oddballjamie - yes, the nurse does the clipping. Bless her, she did offer to show me how to do it but I told her I'm happier paying her to do it.

scrumpypaul

For my new puppy at our vets the petplan insurance is £10 per month but … For my new puppy at our vets the petplan insurance is £10 per month but that includes vaccinations, worming, flea treament, nail clipping and yearly checkup. Seems good value to me. Plus we take all of our pets there and are happy with local service.


Which company is that from?

oddballjamie

Which company is that from?



I don't know offhand OBJ as I'm not at home at present - we already have the rabbit plan, which is a tenner a month, covers annual check and jabs plus unlimited nail clipping plus a 2kg bag of food or a small bale of hay per month.

I will be taking the puppy plan but we don't get her for another few weeks. It is a different price, on a sliding scale, according to dog weight. For instance, our adult Border Collie will be £11 a month. I'm going to put him on that cover too.

scrumpypaul

I don't know offhand OBJ as I'm not at home at present - we already have … I don't know offhand OBJ as I'm not at home at present - we already have the rabbit plan, which is a tenner a month, covers annual check and jabs plus unlimited nail clipping plus a 2kg bag of food or a small bale of hay per month.I will be taking the puppy plan but we don't get her for another few weeks. It is a different price, on a sliding scale, according to dog weight. For instance, our adult Border Collie will be £11 a month. I'm going to put him on that cover too.


Is it insurance as in cover for sickness and injury or just a payment plan of sorts?

No, not insurance, just a payment plan.

scrumpypaul

No, not insurance, just a payment plan.


Ok, you threw me earlier when you mentioned petplan insurance which are a company.

I know. Sorry. Shouldn't have said insurance.

Oh thanks for posting! I have 5 retired greyhounds - 3 of our own and 2 foster dogs. Our own 3 are due their boosters this month. We have a vets 4 pets just around the corner and have never been charged a consultation fee for any vaccinations, even when I have taken in a new foster dog.

scrumpypaul

I know. Sorry. Shouldn't have said insurance.


No worries, just got a little excited when I thought insurance was included.
I pay £9.80 insurance for both cats at the moment, so I thought £20 including all the other things is a bargain.

oddballjamie

No worries, just got a little excited when I thought insurance was … No worries, just got a little excited when I thought insurance was included. ;)I pay £9.80 insurance for both cats at the moment, so I thought £20 including all the other things is a bargain.



Hi OBJ - it is called Healthy Pet Plan. Not sure if it is available on a nationwide basis.

Ended up just putting my seven year old Collie on it for £10.99 a month. Especially worth it as it also allows for 20% off neutering, which he was getting done that day (brave, brave boy) so I managed to save around £40 or thereabouts on the price of the operation.
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