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Finance

Payment Options

For procedures over and above a general health exam, we provide our clients with a pricing quote for the treatment before the procedure is performed. Payment for services is due at the time treatment is performed.

A deposit may be required for all pets admitted to the hospital, and payment, in full, is required at discharge.

Types of Payments

We accept cash, debit card, Visa, and Mastercard. We do not accept personal cheques.

Financing

Financing is available through Citifinancial for emergency veterinary care as well as general veterinary care including:

  • Veterinary treatments
  • Veterinary products
  • Pet purchases
  • Pet food
  • Veterinary hospital stays
  • Dental work
  • Vaccinations
  • Grooming
  • Boarding

You can apply online at , pick up an application form at the hospital, or call for more information.

Pet Health Insurance

Pet insurance plans are available to lessen the financial burden of veterinary services. Please call for more information.

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All About Ear Mites

Ear mites are tiny microscopic parasites that live and feed inside the ear canal of cats, dogs, rabbits, and other animals. To the naked eye, the mite itself may be undetectable, but what is most noticeable is the dark, crumbly black discharge found inside your pet’s ear. This discharge often resembles coffee grounds and is made up of ear wax, blood, and digestive materials left behind by the mites themselves.

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