Jun 20, 2018
"She is known as the $380-dog", the retiree told me. "When I moved in to Toa Payoh, the veterinary bill from Lorong 1 was $380."
She could not find the transport man and searched the "yellow pages". It was google actually. So that was how she found Toa Payoh Vets.
She was not able to care for the old dog. An animal shelter came to inspect the dog and would take over if the dog was certified healthy in liver and kidneys and free from tick fever diseases and heartworm. The fee would be $200 per month.
"What if my dog died and they keep billing me?" she said.
"The shelter would let you know," I guessed.