Client Payment Options
Thank you for choosing VETMED. Our primary mission is to deliver the best and most comprehensive veterinary care for your pet. We also strive to make the cost of our care as easy and manageable for our clients as possible, and we do this by offering several payment options.
VETMED requires payment-in-full at the end of your pet’s examination and/or at the time of discharge.
Once treatment has begun, changes in the healthcare plan (aka Estimate) may be required depending upon results of diagnostics or changes in your pet’s condition. A VETMED representative will contact you if the cost of care is expected to exceed the estimate and to discuss further treatment options.
VETMED accepts the following forms of payment:
- Master Card
- American Express
- Cashier checks
- Money orders
- Care Credit
We do NOT accept personal checks.
We offer Care Credit at 6 months no interest, plus the extended payment options. We do NOT offer the 12 months no interest plan.
VETMED is happy to offer the following discounts:
- 20% off veterinary care services for any registered service dog
- 20% off veterinary care services for nonprofit rescues that provide their 501c3 paperwork
Deposit & Billing
A deposit of 50% is required for all regularly scheduled services.
A deposit of 75% is required for all emergency care services.
We charge 5% interest on all outstanding balances older than 30 days. All unpaid balances will be sent to collections after 90 days without receiving payment.
If you have pet insurance, we are happy to provide upon request all necessary documentation for you to submit a claim to your insurance carrier.
If you have any questions, please ask! We are here to provide the very best veterinary care available for your pet.
-The VETMED Team
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