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Answer . I am sorry to say no matter what the reason if you can't keep up vet bills or the shots for the puppy then you shouldn't own one. Now that you have it please phone… your local Shelters or, go to a vet and offer to work the bill off by cleaning cages, sweeping the floor. Most vets if they realize you are not seeking out a hand out will often help you with the financial difficulties. My vet is one smart woman, and most of us that bring out pets in give donations so that people who have had some tough luck and mainly the elderly can get decent health care for their pets. There is nothing worse than separating a loving pet owner from their beloved pet.. If you feel you can't give this puppy the best care simply because you can't afford it, then please, find a good and loving home for the puppy so it will receive the proper care. Perhaps later on you'll be able to have a pet and give it the care it needs.
Yes some Travel Insurance Plans will pay for the coverage, if your company has a International Travel Insurance Program along with your regular Medical Insurance.
Since insurance coverage varies greatly, not just by company but by plan, the only sure way to find out if you are covered is to contact your insurance company.
You will need to call your insurance provider to determine what they cover.
some times, in schools like mine it is free to get the vaccine, but u have to pay to get it from a doctor.
Most horses need the basic 5-way, strangles, West Nile and in some countries rabies. The UK does not need the rabies vaccine. If your horse sustains an injury a tetnus booster… is a good idea. In the US horses must have a coggins before they are allowed to go across state lines. It is always a good idea to consult a vet and he can advise as to which vaccines are needed in your area. Added:If a horse is from the UK and is being ridden in international competitions they will be required to have a rabies.
No the BCG vaccine is only given to those who are in the high risk groups. The vaccine used to be compulsory but it was changed in 2005.
This is the tetanus shot, only covered in emergency rooms/urgent care centers. If administered at any other location it will deny
as they are often called, such as for influenza, chickenpox (or varicella), polio, measles/mumps/rubella (MMR), and diphtheria/pertussis/tetanus (DPT) are given at all stages …of
the over all pattern has gone down ;)
Nothing - if you're eligible for NHS treatment !
If you are looking for the HPV vaccine in the U.K , you have many choices. You can find some drugstores that will offer the injection, you can also contact your family doctor.…
The reason Polio was eradicated in the UK in the first place was wide-spread and state-sponsored vaccination. If vaccination stops, it opens people to the risk of not only… contracting it when travelling, but carrying it back to the UK and spreading it to those who haven't been vaccinated
The New York Times says: "Old vaccines have been reformulated with higher costs. New ones have entered the market at once-unthinkable prices. Together, since 1986, they ha…ve pushed up the average cost to fully vaccinate a child with private insurance to the age of 18 to $2,192 from $100, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Even with deep discounts, the costs for the federal government, which buys half of all vaccines for the nation's children, have increased 15-fold during that period." $2,192 / 18 = $122 per child per year on average. The government pays for half, making it $61 per child per year on average. 74,293,00 children * $61 = $4,531,915,336.