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"The dog's fine, but there's a lump in your wallet that needs to be removed."
'Level with me, Doc. How bad is it? What's it going to cost?'
"Oh, the kids were delighted to see me back, however, Master almost had a fit when he saw the vet's bill..."
"I can't give you any of this, boy. I couldn't afford the vet's fees."
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'Four sets of x-rays, three examinations, three labratory profiles...'
'Wait...Sir...It's customary to pay for services when rendered!'
'I hope the bill I sent you last month didn't have anything to do with the increase in your fees."
'No matter how many eggs you give me to pay off your bill the government will get half anyway."
'The bill includes the visit, medication and one pair of pants.'
'Are you the vet who advertises the $20 spays in the phone book?'
'Oh, so you think of her as the DOWN PAYMENT on my car,,,'
'It will cost $1000 to spay your dog, Ma'am, but call me again tomorrow at my office....
"Certainly it's an expensive operation but it will make Taffy well..."
Why are you charging me? You didn't do anything but look at him...'
'That's true, it would be cheaper to call a plumber....
'As long as you're looking, let me know when the sign is right for getting paid.'
'Yes, that IS a lot of money for just a spay...
I'll come by Friday to pay the bill.
'Aaah! All haltered and ready for me!...
'Sorry, Sir, but it is unethical to extend credit, because if I don't get paid, that means I'm working for less than my colleagues...
'Do you believe in signs, Sir?'
I can't afford to pay for Fluffy's spay...
'Doc, what would you charge to remove a spur rowel...'
'The fee? Well, let's give the old wheel a spin and see what comes up!'
'Pay the bill in trade, as usual, Doc?'