Paying for Veterinary Care
Financial difficulties are a reality for everyone in todays economy. Unexpected pet emergencies can place an extreme hardship on already struggling families. Several groups and resources are available to offer assistance in paying for pet health expenses.
- Veterinary Pet Insurance - Pet insurance is the only way to guarantee that cost will not be a factor in treating your pet in an emergency situation. A Small monthly payment averaging between $25-$45 can provide your pet with much needed health benefits and security.
- Modest Needs - "Modest Needs is an award-winning public charity with a simple but critical mission: we work to stop the cycle of poverty BEFORE it starts for the low-income workers whom conventional philanthropy has forgotten. We do this by empowering compassionate members of the general public to safely and securely help hard-working, low-income households to afford the kinds of short-term emergency expenses that we've all encountered before." - can be used for any unexpected household or pet expense.
- Care Credit - "A GE Money Company, gives you convenient payment options so you can get the procedure you want, when you want it. CareCredit gives you the freedom to get your procedure whenever youíre ready. Itís easy to apply. With three simple steps, including an instant approval process, you can say goodbye to the waiting time" - can be use for human and pet medical, dental and pharmacy needs.
- Also consider - Personal loan from family or friends, garage sales, eBay sales, or a temporary second job
At this time, Wynne Veterinary Clinic does not have any payment plans available threw the clinic, and we are unable to extend credit. We do accept cash, check, and all major credit cards.
Note: Wynne Veterinary Clinic is neither responsible for, nor specifically endorses the content of, these Web sites, but offers these links as a courtesy. If you have specific questions or concerns about any of these sites, please contact the owner of the site. Pet owners are encouraged to contact these programs directly about their qualifications for assistance.