Finding a Veterinarian That Accepts Payments

I need to find a vet that will take a small payment now and let me pay off the remaining amount with monthly payments. I only have like 60 dollars now. My kitten has to be seen by someone or I am sure he will die. Please any information will be helpful at this point. Thanks

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By latricia from Taylorsville, Utah

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June 29, 20101 found this helpful
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You'll have to call some veterinarians in your area and ask the same question.

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January 26, 20111 found this helpful
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Care Credit is a payment plan. It is interest-free for up to one year. You can use it not only for your vet, but it can be used for your own medical bills. www.carecredit.com. I had a $5,000 vet bill, and this saved me. After one year, the interest will be charged at more than 25%, so you will have to manage those payments. Oh yes, the vet is the one who signed me up for this, at the office.

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June 30, 20162 found this helpful

Credit Care is worthless for most people. So why do you keep referring them?

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June 17, 20180 found this helpful

I agree I have a credit card an I am in deserprate nder of it right now my 13 year old female cat has a hole in her eye an apparently carecredit closed out my account but yet I'm still paying for them completely worthless an I cant even afford to get her to the emergency vet an they do take it

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November 28, 20180 found this helpful

But you have to have perfect credit or they deny you. I lost my sweet weenie dog because I was denied.

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January 25, 20110 found this helpful

Our dog was very sick and we knew we wouldn't be able to pay the entire bill, but we took her to the vet anyway. When it came time to pay the bill, we worked out an arrangement where we gave them a check that paid a portion of the bill, and then we also gave them a post-dated check for the following month that paid the rest of the bill.

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Take your kitten to the vet, and just don't tell them you can't afford to pay the bill until after the kitty has been treated. They will work with you!

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January 25, 20110 found this helpful

It is stated in my vet's office that they expect payment at time of service. I just ignored that and took my cat in to be treated. When it came time to pay, I told them I was on low income and could only pay $25.00 today but I would pay monthly. So monthly I get a bill and pay what I can. They were ok with that. I did thank the vet for letting me do that and he knows my situation and lets me do it. I have never been late with a payment. That is important as I may need to take the kitty in again. Never be afraid to try. Blessings....good luck.

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September 1, 20160 found this helpful

my vet wanted half now and half later...did not have 900 now or 900 later,but gave me an option...we can put her down today for 75 bucks...it is a business ...you my friend got lucky

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January 26, 20110 found this helpful

My hubby recently applied for this as he needs some extensive dental work done ( the info was provided at his dentist's website and this place is on the up-and-up):

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http://www.carecredit.com/

We were also pleasantly surprised that the site said that once you're approved, not just the cardholder but immediate family and pets are covered by participating doctors. See if your vet takes this payment option; it doesn't cover prescriptions but gives you a discount on them, too, and you can apply online and get an answer on approval within minutes.

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July 24, 20130 found this helpful

My dog is very sick. I think she's dying, I need help finding a vet asap that will let me make payments. I don't have money today, but my dog needs help.

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