Understanding Estimated Costs
Any time your pet visits the hospital, your veterinarian will recommend a course of treatment based on a physical examination. This treatment includes a variety of items such as medications and diagnostics.
Your veterinarian will discuss an approximate range of charges that may be incurred for services and procedures. You can work together with your veterinarian to determine the best course of treatment for your pet.
We do not receive any government or financial assistance and must rely on fees in order to operate.
* Payment is due at the time services are rendered.
* Hospitalization requires a pre-payment of 75% of the high end of the estimate or 100% of the low end, whichever is greater, at the
time of admission. We will notify you should your pet's medical condition change and we need to make adjustments to the
treatment plan that will affect estimate costs.
Accepted Forms of Payment
Pet Insurance can be a helpful way to help cover costs for your pet's medical expenses. Pet Insurance works differently from human insurance because it reimburses the pet owner as opposed to the hospital. You are responsible for paying your bill at our hospital at time of service and we will provide any documentation that you need to submit the claim to your insurance company.
We recommend two different companies. Both the companies below provide different coverage options so it's important to examine the options closely so you can determine which is best for your pet and your budget.
There are several options for crowd-funding to ask family, friends, and social media to help with the costs of your pet's treatment. You can utilize GoFundMe or Waggle. Waggle is a veterinary specific crowd-funding platform that sends 100% of the funds raised directly to your veterinarian so your pet can get the care they need and you don't have to handle transferring funds.