Payment Options at Our Winnipeg Animal Hospital
At Sherbrook Animal Hospital, our Winnipeg veterinary team strongly believes in providing all pets with the quality treatment they need to lead healthier lives. One of the more common questions pet owners have when they schedule an appointment with us is "what are my payment options?" Please be aware that payment is due at the time services are rendered, as this allows us to focus on our patients' needs, customer services, and minimizing costs rather than billing.
As far as payment options go, we gladly accept cash, debit card and all major credit cards (Mastercard, American Express, Visa.
We understand that unexpected veterinary bills tend to happen at the worst possible time. This is why we have made arrangements through the reputable Medicard program, which can help you break down your veterinary bill into more management monthly payments. All you need to do is fill out an application online (which takes just a few minutes) to find out whether or not you're approved. From there, you have flexible repayment options to choose from with competitive interest rates, no collateral, and no down payment necessary. Plus, you can use your Medicard account to pay for a portion or all of your veterinary bill—and there are no early payment penalties should you decide to pay ahead.
Pet Insurance Accepted
In addition to credit card, cash, and Medicard, we also accept a variety of pet insurance policies in our office. If you don't already have pet insurance, now is a great time to look into a reputable company, such as Petsecure or Petplan. These insurance policies are very affordable and can provide you with the peace of mind you need in the event that your pet requires a medical procedure or other unexpected veterinary care.
Low-Cost Spay and Neuter
Is your pet in need of a spay or neuter procedure but you're not sure you can afford it? We are happy to offer low-cost spay and neuter procedures because we strongly believe that every pet should be spayed or neutered. Doing so allows us to control the pet population and reduce overall euthanasia rates. Not to mention, spaying or neutering your pet comes with a number of health benefits, including a reduced risk for certain types of cancer. Many pet owners find that their pet has a better overall temperament after being spayed or neutered as well.
Talk to our team today about whether your pet is ready to be spayed or neutered based on age and weight.
Contact Our Veterinarian in Winnipeg Today!
To find out more about our payment options or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian in Winnipeg, give Sherbrook Animal Hospital a call today at 204-774-3544. We look forward to meeting with you!