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Old 12.03.2020, 07:42
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Re: Dog orthopaedic specialist / Hip Dysplasia

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My experience has been that routine veterinary care is still a relative bargain here in Switzerland, and even specialist bells-and-whistles treatments here seem to be on average less expensive than what my friends are paying in the US and UK.

I've said this before: Switzerland punches well above it's weight in veterinary expertise. Here in the ZH/SZ/ZG area the mutts and I have been very fortunate to have easy access to this level of care.

We have a friend in UK who is a vet and we visited the surgery where he works once to get puppy Axel all of his paperwork and health check up before bringing him back to Switzerland. Reminded my of UK doctor surgery, full of patients and only a little time allotted per patient. On his first visit to MyVet it was the difference between flying first class and economy. Our UK friend did say he has back to back appointment and never has the time he wants to spend with each pet. When we got Axel we never imagined he would have so many health problems and grateful for the care he gets here
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