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Q: Are vetinary clinics expensive in Beijing?

How much will a small animal operation set you back roughly?

8 years 12 weeks ago in  Health & Safety - Beijing

 
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http://www.icvsasia.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&id=31...

contact them directly, but remember these services are targeted at the rich, so i figure it will set you back a lot. an aussie i worked with in hohhot said she felt ripped off when she got a dog neutered

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It's about ther same as abroad. So in retrospect, the prices are the same just converted into rmb.

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Depending on what you do it could be as much as 1000 rmb. The initial checkup would be around 200 rmb. If you cannot understand what they are talking to you about it would be best for you to get a translator or someone who can speak to the vets one on one. You wouldn't want them to do anything you didn't ask for. But yeah it's around 1000 kuai that's how much it could set you back!

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