Pet owners are responsible for unsubsidised treatment of their pets. There are however ways to alleviate the costs associated with providing excellent health care for your pet.
You could adopt the old fashioned approach and put money aside every week for any unexpected veterinary bills. This could be as simple as setting up an automatic payment to a special savings account whilst keeping fingers crossed that nothing happens to your pet until you have a decent nest egg. Better still you could take out one of the excellent pet insurance policies available.
However, if you have been unable to explore any of these means of preparation, we are pleased to be able to offer financing options through Vetcare Finance and Q Card.
Vetcare Finance are currently the only veterinary specific finance providers in New Zealand. Application is carried out in clinic or online with approval being provided within as little as 30 minutes.
For more information about Vetcare Finance please freephone 0508 738 765 or visit www.vetcarefinance.co.nz
12 months no payments and no interest* on treatments $200 and over, you can get the treatment you want, when you want it.
*12 months no payments and no interest (“Payment Holiday”) is available on Q Card Flexi Payment Plans. Minimum spend $200. Account Fees may apply. A $35 Advance Fee for existing Q Cardholders will apply. Q Card Standard Interest Rate applies to any outstanding balance at end of Payment Holiday. Offer is ongoing. Q Card lending criteria, fees, terms and conditions apply.
By swiping your card you can enjoy:
N.B. a 2.5% administration fee will apply with these payment methods.
If you have financial constraints you need to discuss your situation with us PRIOR to any examination or treatment.
Don't allow payment to be a stressful, embarrassing or difficult subject. We are here to help and can assist you with a financing option that best suits you.
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