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Q. If you're poor can afford a vet.and think my dog needs to be seen because she has feel ing bad who can help me and her out

A. Depending on your geographical location, you might be able to find a dog charity or a free vet clinic. Try to search on the internet for the two with addition of your location of course, you will probably find something - give them a call and explain your situation.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

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