What proper health care in veterinary medicine should consist of? Seems like a simple rhetorical question, doesn’t it? Of course, you would say, and me too: good and loving and caring health care; first and utmost.
The answer, sadly, to the above question is financial gains. Let's do some simple numbers here: if the national company makes a 1000 nail trims per week--a not far fetched number-- at a minimal cost of $10.00 per nail trim, that comes to $10,000.00 per week. Multiple by the number of weeks in a year: 52 weeks, that comes to $520,000.00 per year, just for nail trims. But I believe that the numbers are significantly higher than that.