Dog owners know how costly vet bills can be. Especially when it comes to your dog’s hips and joints.
The current cost for a total hip replacement ranges from $4,400 to $4,700.
This cost includes laboratory work, fees to keep your dog hospitalized, surgery fees, antibiotics, x-rays, and the cost of the hip implants which only make up for about 35% of the total cost. This cost was based on a quote from The Ohio State University Veterinary medical center. However, this cost is priced competitively and would be what you would expect at a veterinarian clinic in the USA. There are also costs that range from 200-300 for follow ups as well.
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