People open their wallets for pets' medical care

08/30/2010 | Dayton Daily News (Ohio)

Americans are expected to spend about $12.8 billion on their pets' health care this year, the APPA says. "I think now pets are more part of the family," a veterinarian said. Pet owners "ultimately are responsible for [their animals] so it's a different relationship than even with people," another veterinarian said.

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