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Dr. Randy, Radio Pet Vet

Dr. Randy Aronson, VMD, CCRT

P.A.W.S. Radio – Vet Med Better Billing and The Price of Being a Vet., Dr. Randy Aronson, Paul Blaushild, Behavioral Trainer
Green Cawood, Producer and Blogger

Dr. Randy’s team applies therapies that include:
Acupuncture, E-stim, Laser therapy, Pulsed Signal Magnetic Therapy
Nutritional Counseling Food Therapy, Vitamins, Supplements,
Rehabilitation physical therapy medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine

Special guest:
Southern Arizona Vets
Intern, Dr. Lauren Smith
Hilary Bailey, Director of Operations.

The Price of Being a Vet
This highly competitive field continues to select only a few of the best who’ve passed rigorous exams. Starting salaries are low and the workload is immense. Although, the out of pocket care expense may appear to be a high price, the panel presents comparative costs.

ER Examples New Vets face.
Research time or split second decisions are critical. Emotions, long hours, scientific terms, memorization and emergency preparations lay in the hands of your Vet. Emergency room intern rotations assist doctors in training with a variety of cases, some requiring on the spot surgeries.

Forced Sex Change to Save?
Decisions to snip and remove to repair certain parts on a pet could mean life and death. Hear what Hilary saw her first day.

Taking the time to find saving medical costs.
Background plus environmental factors influences your animal’s future. Tips to prepare for a second opinion, reduce costs, and your right to share information amongst pet providers.

Why so many questions and why you shouldn’t hold back on what you know about your pet. Learn about more cost effective financial savings model options.