At Center for Animal Health…
We accept all major Credit Cards.
We also accept Checks made payable to “Center for Animal Health’ as well as cash. As a client of Center for Animal Health please understand that payment should be made at the time of services as we do not offer payment plans. See the other options below if you are in need of assistance with your bill.
We offer CareCredit because we know pets are family too. Whether it’s a routine checkup or emergency surgery, you shouldn’t have to worry about how to get the best medical care for the pet you love. That’s why we’re pleased to offer CareCredit®, North America’s leading client payment program. CareCredit lets you say “yes” to the best treatment for your pet immediately, and pay for it over time with low monthly payments that fit easily into your budget.
CareCredit works just like a regular credit card, but without high interest rates, annual fees or pre-payment penalties. CareCredit offers no-interest for up to 6 months and low interest payment terms, zero hidden fees, and low minimum monthly payments. You can use your CareCredit card over and over for all your pet’s follow-up care as well as annual exams and vaccines. So you can focus on what really matters, like playing fetch and learning new tricks.
LEARN MORE by visiting CareCredit.com or asking us for details.
Ready to apply? Apply online for your CareCredit card today.
Scratchpay is an excellent option for people looking for a payment plan. Scratchpay allows you to separate your bill over 5 payments OR pay your bill over the course of 12 or 24 months. Checking and acceptance from Scratchpay will NOT affect your credit score. Get more information on plan options at scratchpay.com
The Pet Fund
When the unforeseen happens to our pets, sometimes the costs are beyond what is feasible for our clients. Please VISIT THIS LINK for a comprehensive list of resources available for our clients.
The Pet Fund was founded in 2003 as a national nonprofit dedicated to funding veterinary care for those who could not afford it. Animal shelter statistics across the country demonstrated a constant increase in the number of animals dropped off at shelters because of treatable medical conditions. The staff and board members of The Pet Fund work constantly to develop resources for pets and their families to fund critically needed veterinary care, keeping animals out of shelters and helping pet owners to become skilled at preventative care practices.
At Center for Animal health, we recommend Pet Insurance of any kind, but our favorite recommendation is Trupanion Pet Insurance. Trupanion offers one great plan for all pets and covers 90% of the actual cost of the visit after the deductible is met. For more information visit trupanion.com
Check out petinsurancereview.com for a side by side comparison of different insurers and their rates.