Could pet wellness plans save you?

August 2011
Firstline;Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p16
The article discusses annual wellness plans as the potential future of animal wellness care. It reports that people are getting more and more pets, but that cost has caused fewer pets to be taken to veterinarians for consultation. It says this has led to the idea of a wellness plan. Dr. Karl Salzsieder, who introduced the annual wellness plan at Washington's Yelm Veterinary Hospital, says the plan is a client education tool as much as a tool to help clients spread out payments.


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