Fees due will be paid in full at the time of pet discharge.
A detailed treatment plan including costs will be provided to you prior to admission to the hospital. Additional treatment plans may be provided as indicated by your pet's disease process and/or response to therapy.
A 50% deposit based on your pet's estimated cost for care will be required prior to hospitalization or diagnostic workup.
- All major credit cards
- Personal Checks
When do I need to pay for my pet's medical care?
After an initial examination by one of our doctors, they will discuss the recommended treatment plan with you and all associated costs. Once the treatment plan is agreed to, we require a 50% deposit of the estimated costs of diagnostics and treatments. At the time of discharge the remaining balance will be due. We do not have the ability to bill you for services.
Do you offer any type of delayed billing or payment plans?
We offer “Care Credit” which is a credit card to be used at veterinary or dental offices. It is a rapid application process which can be done at home or our client care team can do it with you in the office. We offer 6 month interest free and some other options. More information can be found on the Care Credit website. To apply with Care Credit online, click here.
How much does it cost for an emergency examination?
Our emergency examination fee is $95.00. After an assessment by our doctor, you will be provided with a detailed medical plan including all costs recommended and anticipated. You and our doctor will review this and determine the best course of action for you and your pet.
How much does it cost for a consultation with one of your board certified specialists?
Our specialist consultation fee is $115. After an assessment by our specialist, you will be provided with a detailed treatment plan, including all costs recommended and anticipated. You and the specialist will review this and determine the best course of action for you and your pet.
Do you offer any military or public servant discounts?
We offer discounts to all members of the US military (active or retired), police and firefighters.