Financial planning for your pet’s care – what are the options?

  • A dedicated savings account for your pet
  • Third-party payment plans  Third-party payment companies offer payment plans for a pet owner’s veterinary bills. Unlike pet insurance plans, the pet owner must repay the third party in full, plus any interest accrued. We recommend and accept payment via CareCredit, a healthcare credit card designed exclusively for healthcare services, with special financing options. *Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Ask us for details.
  • Pet Insurance  It’s not easy for a pet owner to decline the treatment their pet needs because of cost. Pet insurance reimburses veterinary costs up to 90% for things like accidents and illnesses and makes it easier to say yes to recommended treatments.  The cost of veterinary care for your best friend will likely increase as they age. Consider enrolling your pet in pet insurance as soon as possible. For additional information about pet insurance, please continue reading on the next page!

Pet health insurance gives you the power to tell your veterinarian, “Do what you need to do, I’ve got coverage …” without putting your finances at risk. 

Are you prepared for the costs of your pet’s veterinary care?  Visit the website below to calculate the average cost of your cat’s or dog’s annual vet care, as well as the costs to treat the common conditions associated with your pet’s breed and age. This calculator is brought to you by ASPCA Pet Health Insurance.