Feb
19
2018

What should you charge for that service or procedure? It depends.

Veterinary fees vary widely and depend on a number of factors, including your practice’s unique market, philosophy, and size. The tenth edition of AAHA’s bestselling statistical book, The Veterinary Fee Reference, can help you set reasonable and competitive prices with US veterinary fees for more than 530 services and cases and more than 640 tables with data on discounts, vaccination services, time scheduled for procedures, and more.

New to this edition:

  • Fees for acupuncture and in-home euthanasia
  • Reasons practices elected to change fees
  • Gross annual revenue of survey respondents
  • Frequency of preventive care exams, rabies vaccines, FVRCP vaccines, and other services

Ready to keep your practice profitable and competitive? Order your copy today at aaha.org/vetfee.

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