Forget a vacation—pets need their meds!

Forget a vacation—pets need their meds!

A new study reveals Americans—and Europeans—will give up luxuries for animal necessities.
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Jan 26, 2011
By dvm360.com staff

It's a different world of veterinary care in the United Kingdom and elsewhere in Western Europe, but a new multi-continent survey of veterinary spending shows spending on pets' medical care bridges the gap between Europe and the United States.

Continue on to learn how much American and European pet owners spend on their pets and whether they'll forego luxuries for their pets' veterinary needs.

Average amount spent by pet owner in each country

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

Source: Grey Healthcare Group

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