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With a little bit of time and research you can save your veterinary practice money.
Last year I became irritated with the persistent increase in the cost of oxygen delivery and supply. I had used the same company for 15 years. After some shopping around, I found another company that provides equally good service. The original company charged $1,250 for oxygen and the cost from the new supplier was only $540. I was surprised to find such a discrepancy for a basic service. I strongly suggest comparing oxygen supply companies in your area. A little bit of motivation and research could save your practice a chunk of change.
—Mark Handel, DVM
Palomar Animal Hospital