A lot of people have budget billing for their utility bill- the same payments are spread out in a set amount each month. This is sort of the same thing- it’s just your pet’s care broken down into a budget-friendly amount each month.
I’ve noticed that patients are sometimes behind on their checkups or heartworm medication. We all have bills pop up unexpectedly from time to time- washing machine breaks, alternator goes out on the car, etc. And Fifi or Fido find themselves doing without for a few months. This might be a bigger problem for a retired client living off their retirement savings or social security.
Affordable and Budget Friendly
There are 2 charges involved. A $50 enrollment fee/pet. That is for life as long as the pet stays on the plan.
And then a monthly, budget-friendly fee.
For cats- $34/month. For dogs- $42/month.
Both include – annual or semi-annual wellness exams, vaccinations, and appropriate heartworm and flea/tick medications.
For dogs- it also includes internal parasite testing- for intestinal parasites, and a test for heartworms, Lyme disease, Ehrlichia, and anaplasmosis.
Heartworm and flea/tick medications are dispensed 3 months at a time.