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Thank you for choosing Country Squire Animal Hospital

We look forward to taking care of your pet.

Here at Country Squire Animal Hospital, payment is expected at the time of service, and we accept a variety of payment options including all major credit cards, cash, checks, CareCredit, and pet insurance. Deposits are required when scheduling doctor appointments, surgical procedures, sedation and drop off testing procedures. The entire deposit will go towards the cost of the procedure. If an appointment or procedure is canceled with less than 24 hours’ notice, or the client is a “no-show”, the deposit will be automatically forfeited.

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Carecredit<br />

Care Credit


Pet Insurance

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Revolving credit line that can be used again and again at any in-network provider. Use across different specialties such as dental, vision, pet care and more.

Credit Details:
Purchases may be made for any amount up to credit limit. Special financing of 6-60 months* available on purchases $200 or more. Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required.

No annual fee**

Credit Score:
No impact to your credit score to see if you prequalify. If you accept an offer and open an account, that may impact your credit score.

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Synchrony Pay in 4

Buy now, pay later. One time use installment load that is approved for a predetermined amount and is paid back in 4 equal payments over 6 weeks.

Credit Details:
Financing available for total purchase amounts $40-$499.99. Actual loan amount will be subject to credit approval.

No fees.

Credit Score:
No impact to your credit score when you apply.

*Not all promotional financing options are available at all enrolled providers
**For new accounts: Purchase APR (interest rate) is 29.99%; Minimum interest Charge is $2. Existing cardholders: See credit card agreement terms.

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Pet Insurance

Pet insurance plans cover the costs of covered medical care, often at rates of up to 90%. Each plan is different, with some covering only emergency care, while others will also help with the costs of preventive care like wellness exams and vaccines. With so many options, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which plan is best for you and your pet. Luckily, we’re here to help!

There are many providers for pet insurance! Here are some we see used very frequently!

Pet insurance is a great option to make caring for your pet affordable, and ensure that they receive the care they need, when they need it. With most pet insurance plans, you pay the veterinarian upfront and are reimbursed by your insurance provider after filing a claim. To compare pet insurance provider options, visit Pawlicy Advisor.

Why do we think this is important?
1 out of 3 pets will need emergency care, which can cost thousands
If a pet gets sick or injured, insurance can cover (reimburse) treatment & tests
Clients can also get reimbursed on routine/preventive care if they have a routine care plan

Here are some things to consider when choosing a pet insurance plan:

How much you’ll be paying
each month and if it fits
within your budget

Your deductible and what treatments/procedures apply to help you reach that deductible

Whether you want preventive care covered in your plan or just
unexpected medical care

How you’ll
be reimbursed, and
for how much

What conditions are covered, and
if there are limitations such as pre-existing, congenital, or hereditary conditions

What the plan’s limitations are and if they have a cap on how much you can be reimbursed within a year

Purchasing pet insurance is a big decision, but it’s often an important one that can help you give the best care to your pet in the long run. The best time to enroll your pet in a plan is when they are young and healthy. You’ll often pay lower premiums on a healthy pet, and you won’t have to worry about pre-existing conditions not being covered.

However, even if your pet is a little older, pet insurance may still be one of the best decisions you can make for them. As pets age, they’re more likely to develop unexpected health conditions and if they’re enrolled in a pet insurance plan before those conditions develop, you’re more likely to be covered. Plus, emergency cases can happen at any age, and being covered for emergency care can save you thousands of dollars if an emergency does occur.