In-House Veterinary Health Savings Plan Now Available
Money is tight for everyone these days! Paying your everyday bills is hard enough, so what happens when your pet needs emergency care...or heck....even basic vaccines or dental cleanings? A new idea just might keep your pet, and your wallet, from suffering!
Animal Hospital of Rowlett and Animal Hospital of Heath are now offering IN-HOUSE* health savings plans. You can sign up in the clinic today! All you need is a debit or credit card number and we can automatically deduct any amount you wish and place it as a credit on your account. You can choose weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, even quarterly deductions!
Contact us today to get set up on this amazing new plan!
You want to clean your pet's teeth, but life keeps getting in the way....What better time than now? Oral health month is just around the corner and you could already have the procedure paid for by your savings plan! Use your account as an oral health savings plan! You could start putting as little as $20/mo and when you feel your savings is adequate to budget the procedure/treatment recommended, we can schedule ANYTIME during the year!
We offer a discount during Oral Health Months (February and October) and will honor this discount year-round should you choose a health savings plan!
And if life gets in the way during the middle of the year (or the unforeseen pet emergency arises) - you can always use those saved funds for anything.
* In-house savings plans have no fees like some FDIC pet financing options...$20 non-refundable start up fee required
Regular Pet Insurance plans are often helpful, but since there are no third party payment systems in veterinary medicine, the pet parent must still pay the invoice up front and wait for reimbursement.
Likewise, personal financing options are available. Unfortunately, the very people who need the most help aren’t often able to qualify for credit.
Thankfully, Pet Health Savings Plans may provide some hope for pet parents as a new option in covering pet healthcare costs. Pet Health Savings Plans allow a pet parent to make an automatic deposit onto their AHR/AHH account. Since the deposit is automatic, most pet parents never truly miss the money.
One of the major controversies with regular pet insurance is that if your pet never needs it, owners feel as if they have paid the premiums for nothing. With the new pet health savings plans, the money stays with you, so that you can use it for any purpose.
Conversely, pet health savings plans do take time to build and a sudden pet emergency could still leave you without funds. Many pet insurance policies will provide reimbursements even after payment of just a single premium.
Unlike personal financing options, pet health savings plans aren’t going to require a credit check. If you have a checking or savings account, you will likely be eligible for one of these plans as well.