Emergency Vet Costs
Emergency Vet costs can be astronomical!
This page is no nonsense and my aim is to make you aware of what you can expect to pay should something go wrong with your Great Dane.
I, as many others have been through it and offer this page as hard facts.
By publishing actual invoices for emergency services you can see "in black and white" what emergency Vet costs can be.
Go ahead and click any of the images to view full size real documents in a new widow.
Anyone that owns a Great Dane may be aware of something known as bloat.
If your dog bloats without torsion you will most likely need to bring it in for emergency decompression.
If there's torsion involved decompression won't work and you're in for emergency gastropexy!
Emergency Vet costs can really ruin your finances and this is why I highly recommend Great Dane health insurance for our breed!
They say hindsight is 20/20 and I agree! Personally, I won't be without a pet insurance plan from now on, especially for my Danes!
More to come check back soon!
I've posted invoices for bloat yet I've also paid about $2,000.00 for neurological issues and tests for dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). DCM is what took Bruiser, not even 6-years old. I decided not to treat the disease as it had already advanced to the point his quality of life would be very poor.
Had I decided to treat the DCM with "buckets of pills", this could have cost an additional 5-thousand or more!
I'll be posting an additional $8,000.00 dollars of Veterinary invoices for my Brother's Brussels Griffon shortly. This poor dog was bitten by a Copperhead and nearly lost his life.