So I was about to sign Talon up for a training class that starts Jan 8th, but while doing so I realized his vaccinations would be due soon. So I have to get that done before I can start the class. I did their vaccinations at a vet in Tacoma that does low cost vaccines so I don't have to pay for a checkup as well, and do the checkup's separately at my vet. I loved the low cost clinic their, the vet's were awesome, the staff were awesome, and they understood about Art's special needs. They were my go to vet for most things non-emergency. Well, I decided to look around to see if I could find a low cost clinic so I could get Talon's one vaccination done without having to pay an exam fee at my normal vet here. I found one that did $18 for the DAPP and $18 for 3-year Rabies and a required $10 for a small exam. It's not bad compared to $50 for an exam plus cost of shots. As I was looking I found this: I'm just a bit baffled as to why they would require more money because your dog has all it's bits. I mean, it's not like it automatically makes the dog harder to deal with. Any thoughts?