We accept many different payment options, including cash, all major Credit Cards, Care Credit, Apply Pay, and Samsung Pay.
Apple & Samsung Pay
(Minimum of $200 for interest-free payments)
Whether it’s a routine checkup or emergency surgery, you shouldn’t have to worry about how to get the best medical care for your pet. That’s why we’re pleased to accept the CareCredit healthcare credit card, North America’s leading healthcare financing program. CareCredit lets you say “yes” to the best treatment for your pet immediately and pay for it over time with monthly payments that fit easily into your budget.
Highlights of the CareCredit Program
- Extended Payment Plans
- Interest-Free For 6 Months
- Quick & Easy Approval
- Immediate Access to Funds
- No Annual Fee
Pet insurance plans cover the costs of covered medical care, often at rates of up to 90%. Each plan is different, with some covering only emergency care, while others will also help with the costs of preventive care like wellness exams and vaccines. With so many options, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which plan is best for you and your pet. Luckily, we’re here to help!
When it comes to enrolling your pet in pet insurance, timing is everything! It’s no surprise that most pet parents opt for pet insurance within the first 6 months of adopting their puppy or kitten, while they are still healthy! We encourage you to look into pet insurance now, before pre-existing conditions arise!
To compare pet insurance provider options, visit Pawlicy Advisor!
Here are some things to consider when choosing a pet insurance plan:
How much you’ll be paying each month and if it fits within your budget
Your deductible and what treatments/procedures apply to help you reach that deductible
Whether you want preventive care covered in your plan or just unexpected medical care
How you’ll be reimbursed, and for how much
What conditions are covered, and if there are limitations such as pre-existing, congenital, or hereditary conditions
What the plan’s limitations are and if they have a cap on how much you can be reimbursed within a year