Pet Doctor Offers You Veterinary Payment Options
When it comes to our pets, we want to do all we can to protect them. But unfortunately, sometimes things don’t always go to plan despite our best intentions. Unforeseen incidents, illnesses and injuries can occur. Often at the worst time possible which can make it difficult for you to cover the unexpected costs.
Thankfully, there are options out there that can help you.
VetPay is a service that helps you to pay off your vet expenses over a period of time. Without having to worry over the high expenses you would have to otherwise pay upfront. VetPay arranges a balance amount which is carried out over fortnightly direct debit payments from your bank account. This option helps to lighten the load of having to pay a large amount all in one swoop. Therefore, allowing you to be able to focus on your recovering animal instead of your recovering bank account.
VetPay is offered by all good South Australia veterinarians – including Pet Doctor Woodville and West Lakes clinics. For further information, visit the VetPay website.
Pet Insurance helps to act as a safety net to protect your pet and cover any unexpected costs that may come your way. When applying for pet insurance, there are many options on the market. Make sure you take into consideration your pet and their needs to help guide you into making your decision.
Speaking to any Adelaide Vet is a great start as they can suggest which options may suit you your current financial situation best.
Here are some common Pet Insurance companies to help get started:
- Medibank Private
- Pet Plan
- Pet Insurance Australia
- BOW WOW
- Pet Secure
- Vets Own
- Pet Cover
- Insurance Line
You can also check with your own private health insurance provider to see if your existing policy covers anything for your furry family member. You may be entitled to a certain amount of cover, without even being aware prior.
Here at Pet Doctor, we are more than happy to assist you and your pet. Whether it’s for payments, insurance plans or general vet health enquiries.