A couple of question about veternarians in Columbus...
- How much does a visit generally cost?
- Can anyone recommend a good/somewhat cheap vet?
- Anyone use the OSU vet teaching hospital? are they any cheaper than going to a normal vet?
I have a small framed cat that thinks eating is a competitive sport with her sister and occassionally overindulges, and I'm also concerned that she might have a urinary infection, so now that I'm recently moved into a new house, I want to head off any problems.
I've also considered getting them fixed and declawed (we're trying softpaws, but that seems kind of tragic for them as far as getting them applied - but then again, I would imagine suddenly not having claws after 4 years would be pretty tragic, too)