Easy Interest-Free Monthly Payments for Vet Bills with CareCredit
Sometimes life just happens, and your pet comes down with an untimely illness. Or maybe an accident occurs, and your pet needs emergency care.
These unexpected expenses can really add up! It can be difficult enough to deal with the pressure of a sick or injured pet, let alone factor in the cost of care when your pet’s facing a major veterinary medical need.
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.
Benefits of CareCredit
CareCredit is an alternative payment option to traditional credit cards or loans that can help you afford pet vet care. While CareCredit works like a credit card, it’s different in many positive ways:
First, CareCredit can only be used at approved healthcare providers, including many veterinarians. This helps you to use your credit wisely and pay cash for other things.
Additionally, every time you use your CareCredit card, you are eligible for a special financing plan. This can include no interest if paid in full within a 6-month period (determined by the amount of the transaction).
And while minimum monthly payments are required, you may pay off your balance before the end of the promotional period, helping to avoid paying interest fees.
Finally, you can conveniently apply for CareCredit over the phone or online before taking your pet into the vet and use your credit line that same day. Once approved, you can start using CareCredit right away.
For more information, and if you’re ready to apply online, visit www.carecredit.com.
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How CareCredit Can Help
When it comes to vet visits, CareCredit can help you pay for:
- Annual home visits and check-ups
- Anesthetic dental cleanings
- Flea & tick, heartworm, and parasite preventatives plus treatments
- Dermatology, such as skin allergies
- Rehabilitation services
- Pet medication
- Care of chronic pet diseases and conditions such as diabetes, epilepsy/seizures, and arthritis
- Diagnostics such as blood, urine, and fecal testing
- At home euthanasia and after-care (remains) services
- Pet food and supplements
- Spay and neutering
- Surgical procedures
- Emergency services
- Specialty care and surgery
- Plus so much more!