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You can tell i'm bored can't you! Sorting through some paperwork and came across quite a few vet receipts..... I suppose they are useful for comparsions.

Do you keep yours, for any other reason than insurance purposes?
 

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As Diesel is a rescue dog we get a follow up visit. Ive always kept ours incase they want to check up on his health, not that they ever had.
Ive looked over them and spend alomst £400 on vet bills in a year!
I guess thats what i get for having an adventurous dog.

Kate & Diesel
 

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Diesel09 said:
Ive looked over them and spend alomst £400 on vet bills in a year! I guess thats what i get for having an adventurous dog.
Kate & Diesel
Me too, me too.
I've spent over £300 in less than 2 months..... off to get an insurance quote me thinks! :wink:
 

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We got him insured but sadly all the bills average at around £70 and my excess is £150. :roll:
Im just thinking of covering him in bubble wrap when we go out :lol:
 

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I know don't remind me. Im sure were tricked by the rescue center. We have both had dogs separately but this is our first dog together. :roll:
We were a little naive when it came to his insurance :oops:
Its ending soon so ill be shopping around.
 

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As above most of our vets bills are just below the excess on our insurance cover strange that :lol: I do not keep any bills for long as our vet is really good and will always do one for you if we need to apply to the insurance company.
 
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