Veterinary Health Care Payment Plan Options
Cairns Vet Clinic accepts cash, eftpos and credit card payments. Service must be paid at the completion of treatment.
If you have unexpected expenses which exceed your immediate finances, a finance service is one option to consider. We have 3 finance options available to our clients. They each have pros and cons so you should talk to our receptionists about which product will be most suitable for you. The 3 payment plans we offer are VetPay, Certegy and CentrePay. Please note Cairns Vet Clinicdoesn’t offer direct payment plans (we are a vet, not a bank ).
Financing Vet Care: Finance options
Sometimes our pets need health treatments at times when budgets are tight. If you are expecting a veterinary bill that you can’t pay right now there are two products which you should consider: VetPay and GM Care Credit.
Certegy Ezi Pay for veterinary expenses
Certegy enables your pet to begin treatment now – while letting you pay pay for it over time with a variety of payment plans. Read more information about Certegy Ezi Pay for vet expenses
VetPay – Veterinary Treatment Finance
VetPay is a newer veterinary finance company which we are having good results with. Read more about VetPay including how to apply
Talk to our friendly staff about using these options.
Paying Vet Expenses with Centrepay
If you have a centrelink benefit one option which may be available to you is to have your vet expenses deducted from your Centrelink payments over time.
We offer Centrepay for vet expenses at Cairns Vet Clinic. Contact us for more information.
Pet Health Insurance
Pet health insurance is another great option to consider: you need to apply for this before your pet has a problem as it will not cover pre-existing conditions.