Payment is expected at time of service.
WE NO LONGER OFFER PAYMENT PLANS!
We accept cash, check, Carecredit, Scratchpay and all major credit cards.
IF YOU NEED TO APPLY FOR CARECREDIT - PLEASE DO SO PRIOR TO YOUR APPOINTMENT
Scratchpay is a payment plan that fits your needs - click here to find a plan that works for you.
Payment is expected when services are rendered. In order to focus on our patients' needs, customer service and minimizing costs, we do not bill.
When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expense strikes as well. Winslow Animal Clinic understands this and is able to make some special arrangements through the CareCredit program. It takes just 5 minutes to complete an application and will allow you to break down your payment into 6 monthly installments. You can either apply over the phone for immediate approval, or apply yourself online at: www.CareCredit.com.
- Another option is Scratchpay. This is a payment plan that you choose the plan that fits your needs.
Highlights of the CareCredit program:
- Low Monthly Payments (3% of the Total Balance)
- Interest Free For 6 Months (if your invoice is $200.00 or more)
- Determine Approval in a Few Minutes
- No Annual Fee
Highlights of Scratchpay:
How It Works:
- Apply for a payment plan from your phone or desktop.
- Check your rate and pick your payment plan.
- Get the care you need.
Insurance For Your Pets - Click Here for a Insurance Comparison Chart
Another popular option for your family and pet is insurance coverage. To learn more, please visit the following pet insurance websites . . . You will need to submit your paid invoice to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Financial Assistance for Pet Care
At Winslow Animal Clinic we care greatly about your pet and when a sudden emergency occurs it is one of the most stressful and heart wrenching times.
We understand and know that it is not always possible to plan ahead in case, especially in today’s economy.
We have gathered a list of helpful organizations that are available for you when you need financial assistance.
The following information is primarily for individuals with companion animals in a permanent home and disabled individuals who need help with purchasing, training and caring for service animals.
These sites can also be helpful to other rescue organizations looking to help individual animals.
Please remember that these organizations help only those in Emergency situations such as accidents requiring immediate care. It is also for those with long term health problems requiring surgery or ongoing treatments such as orthopedic repairs or chemotherapy for animals with cancer.
These organizations also accept donations, and many are tax deductible.
The Budkis Fund
Brown Dog Foundation, Inc.
Harley's Hope Foundation
Hope Mending Hearts
The Onyx and Breezy Foundation
Paws 4 a Cure
Pet Assistance, Inc.
Animal Emergency Care Fund
AAHA Helping Pets Fund:
Angels 4 Animals:
Animal Cancer therapy Subsidization Society:
Lucky Moffat Memorial Fund.
Their telephone number is: (780) 732-3522
The Assistance Dog United Campaign:
Canine Cancer Awareness Organization:
Handicapped Pet Help Fund:
“In Memory of Magic”:
Jimmy's Fund through the Kitsap Humane Society for assistance:
Progressive Animal Welfare Society:
R.U.F.F.-Rescuing Unwanted Furry Friends -
The Pet Fund:
www.redrover.org/relief - RedRover Relief provides financial assistance grants and additional resources so pet owners and rescuers can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care.
www.redrover.org/grants for eligibility requirements and application.
RedRover also offers financial assistance for victims of domestic violence and their pets. To learn more about this program, visit
The organizations listed below that are based in the United States are listed at Guide Star as having a 501(c)(3) nonprofit status, unless otherwise noted.
Before applying, be sure to read the organization's guidelines, and be certain to fill out the entire application.
If you know of an organization offering assistance with veterinary treatment bills and would like to see it listed here, please email it to Feedback@VeterinaryPartner.com.
Big Hearts Fund, for heart disease
Canine Cancer Awareness, cancer treatment for dogs
Diabetic Cats in Need, for shelters, rescues, low-income owners
Dog and Cat Cancer Fund, cancer treatment
FETCH a Cure, for pets with cancer
Joshua Lewis Cancer Foundation, pets with cancer
Magic Bullet Fund, dogs with cancer
PieFund, focuses on cancer
Riedel Cody Fund, cancer treatment
National Organizations in the United States
American Humane Association's Second Chance Fund, for nonprofits helping homeless victims of abuse or neglect (numerous species)
Brown Dog Foundation, for sick pets that would likely respond to treatment
Cody's Club, [not a 501(c)(3)] radiation treatment at nonprofits
Feline Veterinary Emergency Assistance, for cats with life-threatening illness or injury
Frankie's Friends, for emergency and specialty care
Handicapped Pets Foundation, provides equipment
International Association of Assistance Dog Partners, for assistance dogs
Mosby Foundation, critically sick, injured, abused and neglected dogs
National Equine Resource Network, life-saving surgeries or treatments
Onyx and Breezy Foundation, medical treatment for hardship
Paws 4 a Cure, illnesses and injuries
Pet Assistance, emergency and urgent care
Pet Fund, medical costs beyond normal expenses
RedRover/United Animal Nations, grants between $100 and $200 to fill small funding gaps
Shakespeare Animal Fund, for those meeting federal poverty guidelines
Actors and Others for Animals, for low/fixed income owners in Southern California
Animal Care and Welfare Inc., emergencies in Pennsylvania
Becky's Gift Equine Relief, for horses in New Hampshire
Care for the Horses, short-term veterinary care from Animal Protection of New Mexico
Equine Protection Fund, for horses, donkeys, and mules in New Mexico
FACE Foundation, emergency or critical care in San Diego
Fairy Tail Endings, pets in Florida's Sarasota & Manatee counties
Hearts United Animals, assists in the Midwest
The Merrick Fund Foundation, for rescues and shelters in central Pennsylvania
Montana Horse Sanctuary, some veterinary grants in Montana
New York Save, emergency care in New York City's five boroughs
P.A.L.S. (Pets Are Loving Support), basic veterinary care in Atlanta
PETS-DC, pets of HIV/AIDS patients in Washington DC
Rochester Hope for Pets, primarily for unexpected or emergencies in Rochester, NY
RIVMA Companion Animal Foundation, Rhode Island
RUFF (Rescuing Unwanted Furry Friends), Southern California
San Francisco SPCA, for residents of San Francisco
Save U.S. Pets Foundation, New Jersey
Sound Equine Options, emergency care in Northwest Oregon and Southwest Washington
STARrelief, urgent and routine care in Connecticut
Breed Specific Organizations
Corgi Aid, for rescued corgis before adoption
The Goldstock Fund, emergencies for Golden Retrievers/Golden mixes
Labrador-L Emergency Medical Assistance (LABMED), urgent care for abandoned or rescued Labs; November 2, 2015, Update: LABMED is not accepting applications for assitance at this time
Labrador Lifeline, for Labrador retrievers
Organizations Outside the United States
Animal Cancer Therapy Subsidization Society of Alberta, for cancer cases
Fair Go Financing, loans in Australia
Farley Foundation, for seniors and people with disabilities in Ontario
Vet Pay, continuing credit payment plan in Australia