Emergency Vet Services on a Payment Plan?

My sister's dog needs a vet. He has something seriously wrong with him. His testicles are swollen. He has fluids coming from his back leg and the head to his penis is swollen to the size of a golf ball. She did take him to the vet's, but the vet diagnosed him with the wrong thing and gave him the wrong meds. The fluids come from his penis when he pees, so it is not just pee. My sister really needs to take him to a vet that will do payments cause he is a very good dog.


By Samantha

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September 29, 20120 found this helpful
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I don't know of any that do payments, but your dog needs to go to the vet regardless.

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September 5, 20120 found this helpful

Your sister needs to get this dog to the vet now! This is a life and death urgent situation and the dog needs to be seen immediately. Honestly most vets don't do payments anymore.


Most will suggest you make payments via Care Credit, which is a credit card that offers 0 percent interest for several months depending on the amount billed. This can range form 6 months to 18 months. Seriously, she needs to get the dog in today, or she could lose him. You can apply for Care Credit online, other than that she can call around but honestly it will be hard to find a vet who will take payments, especially an emergency vet.

We had to go the CareCredit route when our dog had about of HGE, it saved her life because otherwise we couldn't have afforded the $4500 it costs to treat her.

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September 10, 20120 found this helpful

Please use common sense-when something appears as serious as this is, don't write to a website. Get your pet to the vet!

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July 15, 20160 found this helpful

My dog not feeling good since Wed. He's not moving as much not eating vomiting today I can't afford a vet live on once month income need a vet that will work on payments we are getting worried

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