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2 CERF exams $45 each plus HST, $90+$11.70=$101.70 is what it states on my bill.
What does a CERF exam include? Mine would need a pressure test and exam.
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Not sure if a CERF is what mine needs. I want a confirmation of his Pannus in both eyes. Its breed specific eye disorder. They quoted me $287 for a pressure test, tear test and stain test as well as the exam. But, I dont need the first two done so I will have to call the one again (since I doubt I could make it to Toronto but hey im more then half way there by the time I get to Missisauga haha
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Goldens should have regular eye exams, by a specialist, due to the potential for pigmentary uveitis, which is common in Goldens. Since you have a concern about a possible eye problem it would be good for an opthomologist to see your pup since this needs to be done anyway.
I took my Golden girl, Baylee today for an eye re-check since she has PU. The exam was $100, which included the pressure test, and the news is good that her pigmentary uveitis has not progrssed, with the use of regular eyedrops.
See a specilaist so you can get a baseline on your pup.



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