Posts and tweets about ways to pay

Posts and tweets about ways to pay

Don't let clients' financial struggles prevent pets from receiving the best veterinary care possible.
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Apr 01, 2014
By dvm360.com staff

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Struggling to afford #petcare? Consider a 3rd-party payment plan. Skeptical? Give us a call and we’ll discuss all your options.

 

Avoid higher costs in the future and don’t skip wellness care and preventives when your pet really needs them—even if you’re strapped for cash. Let us help you afford the necessary medical attention your furry friend needs with our various payment options.

 


Our wellness plans give you access to flexible payment options and great #petcare. Interested? Stop by and we’ll help you get started.

 

Our wellness packages allow you to spread out veterinary costs according to your own financial cycle. Ask us about what we can do to help you afford the best care and keep your pet healthy year-round.

 


#Veterinary insurance is overwhelming, so we did some research for you. Ask about our favorite plans & determine if any meet your needs.

 

A study found that more than 40% of veterinary clients who didn’t have pet insurance expressed an interest, but they didn’t know their options or how to actually purchase it. Are you one of those clients? We’d be happy to walk you through our favorite plans to see if any meet your needs.


Credit card users: can’t charge #veterinary fees all at once? We’ll create a written agreement & charge monthly until #petcare is paid off.

 

Are you struggling to afford pet care? Consider using a 3rd-party payment plan. Give us a call and we’ll discuss all your options.


We want the best #veterinary care for your #pet, even if you’re in a tough financial spot. Ask about our compassionate #petcare fund today.

 

Three myths about 3rd party payment plans: It’s a hassle to sign up, you’ll be charged exorbitant interest fees and the plan probably won’t cover the services your pet needs. Come on in and we’ll discuss why these statements are false and determine if this method is a viable option for you to afford veterinary healthcare.

 


Myth: if you use a 3rd party plan to pay for #petcare, you’ll have to pay outrageous interest fees.

 

Credit card users: Can’t charge veterinary fees all at once? Talk with us, we’ll create a written agreement and charge monthly until pet care is paid off.


Perplexed by pet insurance? Never fear, your #veterinary clinic is here! Ask about our #petcare payment plans today.

 

Perplexed by pet insurance? Never fear, your veterinary clinic is here! Ask about our pet care payment plans today.


Avoid higher costs in the future and don’t skip wellness care and preventives when your pet needs them. Talk to us about payment plans today!

 

Our wellness plans give you access to flexible payment options and great pet care. Interested? Stop by and we’ll help you get started.


Our wellness packages allow you to spread out #veterinary costs according to your financial cycle. Ask us about what we can do to help you.

 

We want the best veterinary care for your pet, even if you’re in a tough financial spot. Ask about our compassionate pet care fund today.


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