Finding a Vet That Takes Payments

My dog broke her leg and I go to school full time and don't have money, so the vet wouldn't help me. They sent her home with broken leg what can I do?


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March 5, 20150 found this helpful
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Your dog is in pain, needs help immediately and very few vets take time payments. You can call vets in your area for possible help, however, most vets require immediate payment in full. You can also try to find the needed money as a loan from family or friends and provide the help your dog needs now.

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March 6, 20150 found this helpful
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Check with your local humane society. They often know of dog rescues that may take your dog and get it medical care. There is a program called "care credit" that gives small loans that you pay back interest free.


Most Vets know about it. They do have a web site also. If you are late on a payment you will be charged interest retroactively. Good luck.

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September 1, 20160 found this helpful

care credit denies 80 percent of the people that apply,now if you have a good job and good credit, you might get the card,and by the way they charge 27 percent interest...these are all facts

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