Do Pet Owners Go Too Far With Pet Healthcare?



GUESTS:

Margot Kerr
*Veterinarian, Friendship Hospital for Animals, Washington, D.C.

Dr. Michael Garvey
*Director, Bobst Hospital, The Animal Medical Center, New York
*Veterinarian, practices, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Critical Care

Many people consider pets part of their family. And they will go to any means possible to keep fido or fifi healthy, even if it means spending thousands of dollars on high-tech healthcare. From gene therapy to psycho-therapy, there are few types of medical treatment available to people today that are not also available to pets. Have we gone to far with pet heathcare? Juan Williams talks with vets about high-tech pet healthcare.

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