Payment is due at the time services are rendered. If you have any special considerations regarding payment, please discuss this with the receptionist prior to seeing the doctor. We accept a variety of payment options, including cash, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and CareCredit.
CareCredit is a personal line of credit for healthcare, both human and veterinary, that works like a credit card. To apply, click here for the CareCredit Online Credit Application or call their 24/7 phone number at 1-800-365-8295.
As the cost of veterinary services continues to rise, people are starting to look for ways to help them pay for their pet’s care. Sometimes owners want to do everything they can for their pets but can’t afford to. It is heartbreaking when decisions come down to money, but there are times when it happens.
Fortunately, pet insurance can help!
Pet insurance reimburses owners for a part of, or sometimes the whole, veterinary bill. Most plans cover injuries and illnesses, although owners can purchase more comprehensive plans that include much more. Some plans help when pets are lost or stolen. Some insurance will help when pets die. There are even plans that cover preventative medicine including examinations, vaccinations, and medications like heartworm prevention and flea and tick medicine.
Many companies offer pet insurance. Complicating the choice, they each offer multiple plans so owners can find the perfect plan for their pets (and their wallets). Owners can choose plans depending on how much they want to spend each month, how much they want to pay for a deductible, or how much co-insurance they want to pay. Each plan has its benefits and disadvantages, so owners need to study each plan before deciding which one is right for their pets.
Pet insurance can be quite confusing, so feel free to call us here at (603) 352-8585 if you have any questions. We will do our best to try to help you through the process.