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Payment Options with Our Vet
When bringing your pet in for veterinary care, the last thing you need to worry about is paying for the procedures. At Hartland Park Animal Hospital we understand that financial issues can be a challenge, so we offer a wide variety of payment options.
In order to save time that might be better spent on our animal patients, we don't offer billing in our office. All services must be paid for the day they occur. This helps to keep costs down as well as allowing us to focus on what's the most important: the well-being of our patients.
We accept cash, of course, as well as checks, debit cards, and credit cards. We take Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover Card. All cards must belong to the person paying and must be signed before payment is rendered.
In Case of Emergency
Accidents happen, and they rarely happen at a convenient time. If your pet is in need of intensive veterinary care that's out of your current budget, we understand. We will help you to make arrangements through the CareCredit program.
This veterinary payment program can break payments down into six equal amounts, and the application only takes about five minutes to fill out. If you apply for CareCredit at our veterinary hospital, we'll call it in for immediate approval. If you're expecting a large veterinary bill and would like to apply ahead of time, you can do so at www.carecredit.com.
The CareCredit program has a number of benefits over paying with a credit card, including:
Another option for payment that we recommend, especially for owners of senior pets, is pet insurance. Just like with health insurance for humans, you pay premiums for pet insurance and the insurance company will pay for covered veterinary services. If you'd like to find out more about pet insurance, we recommend checking these two websites:
Your Pet's Health is Our Main Concern
The focus of everyone on our veterinary team is to make sure your pet lives a long and healthy life. Financial considerations shouldn't get in the way of our providing you and your pet the absolute best care possible. That's why we offer such a wide variety of payment options. If you have any more questions or concerns about paying for your pet's veterinary care, contact us to speak with a member of our team. You can reach our office at (859) 245-7387.