What does it mean when someone wants a vet reference?

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  1. What does it mean when someone wants a vet reference?
  2. What should I ask a vet reference?
  3. Do rescues call references?
  4. Do rescues really call your vet?
  5. Will a vet come to your house?
  6. What happens if you can't afford your vet bill?

What does it mean when someone wants a vet reference?

I understand them wanting to talk to your vet's office if you'd had pets before but no idea what they mean by getting a reference from a friend's vet? ... Basically they want to talk to someone who knows you who will tell them you'll be a good owner and that you're ready/committed for the pet.

What should I ask a vet reference?

Did they let you know that I'd be calling? (lets them know you are not trying to do anything behind anyone's back). Would you be the person I should be talking to, and is this a good time to talk? (You need their full attention) QUESTIONS 1. Could you spell your name for me? What is your position at the vet clinic?

Do rescues call references?

References. Choose your references carefully, as they can have a lot of sway on adoption applications. Rescues will ask everything from how long the reference has known you, to if they would let you petsit their own pets.

Do rescues really call your vet?

They really will just focus on the fact that you have taken him into the vet for regular care and during "emergency" type situations where care was necessary. They won't ask about specific situations. They will ask for a personal reference though (the rescue anyway).

Will a vet come to your house?

Can I Get a Vet Who Makes House Calls? Yes, Please. ... If you want a vet's expertise without the hassle and stress of heading into the animal hospital, there are now veterinarians who come to your house for more personal and convenient service. They'll come to your house for more personal and convenient service.

What happens if you can't afford your vet bill?

If you receive a vet bill that you simply can't afford to pay, your animal clinic can take your account to collections. Any balance that goes to a collections agency can negatively impact your credit. ... You may need to seek medical treatment right away to save your pet, and decide to consider your payment options later.