Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Indiana, USA
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That doesn't seem like a good price to me. My avian vet does fecals and mouth swabs with all well-bird checks, and the checks are less expensive than that.
The last time I took Elisa to the vet she was doing her final follow-up after she lost her toe. The vet wighed her, trimmed her nails, and listened to her heart and all of that. The fee was $15.00. (Actually, the final one of those visits was FREE, but the one before that was $15.00.)