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Old December 20th, 2012, 02:57 AM
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Yes, the costs of veterinary medicines have increased over the years, but not without valid reasons. As an example the U.S. inflation rate rose. Veterinarians and their staffs pay the same prices we do for housing, food, gasoline, and cars. In addition, most they have to repay large student loans, making it unlikely that they can afford big houses and expensive vacations.
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