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Old 02-18-2016, 03:16 AM
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its true, they wont, and i have a lot of my stuff listed on craigslist.. fortunately i did manage to borrow money to do the surgery last night, i still need to raise funds to pay them back, but it at least gives me a little more time
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Old 02-18-2016, 03:34 AM
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up until last month i never even heard of pyometra or even knew such a thing was a problem, but myself personally the few female dogs ive owned were either breed or fixed but most my dogs have been male.. so when it hit the one dog last month that was the first ive ever heard of it, and it hit this other dog literally 2 weeks after the stitches came out of the last one
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Even dogs that are used for breeding can still get pyometra, since ethical breeders don'r breed on every heat throughout the dog's lifetime, though it's common in older dogs and dogs who have never had litters. It's just bad luck that both your girls developed it around the same time (though it wouldn't be much better for them to develop it months apart, you may have had time to have the second one spayed) though maybe a little less coincidental since they are littermates and their bodies are similar genetically. Hopefully her surgery goes well, and she's back to normal soon
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now im very angry, the vet decided to tack on another $144 dollars and says they wont let her come home unless we pay it, while threatening another $60 a day if we dont pay it.. is this legal? i feel like calling the police
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What was the $144 for?
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overtime fee or some load of crap like that

when my brother picks her up, i told him to get a copy of the signed agreement as well as their statement that they were keeping the dog until payment so i can look it over and see if i should be talking to the police or pursue legal action

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They didn't give you a copy of the contract when you signed it? That is odd, I always have been given a copy of everything without having to ask.
I know when they give you a price it is normally an estimate of the cost. And may be more or less(rarely) depending on how the surgery goes. It could be that the surgery took longer than planned, I don't know. Definitely get an itemized bill and read over your agreement.
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im having my brother get a detailed copy of the bill, a copy of the contract and if possible, a statement signed to the receipt that they were keeping the dog in exchange for the added costs
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im having my brother get a detailed copy of the bill, a copy of the contract and if possible, a statement signed to the receipt that they were keeping the dog in exchange for the added costs
so in other words you letting them keep her instead of paying for the extra cost?
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so in other words you letting them keep her instead of paying for the extra cost?
I don't know if he has it or not. But not everyone has extra money on them. I wouldn't jump on it just yet. There have been times I've had the money but not on me at that second and it took a little time to get it.
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