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Category: general | Submitted: 4 February 2007 08:17PM | viewed 3857 times
Q Sharrice asks:

If I take the two dogs to the vets is there any help I can get with vet bills as I am on income support?

Q Our vet says: You could contact your local practices to find out if they would do anything for you. Otherwise you need to get in contact with charities such as the Blue Cross and PDSA. You could visit their web sites to find out if you would be eligible for free veterinary treatment.

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