5 Low Cost Vet Options for Pet Owners

Jun 9, 2020Uncategorized0 comments

1. Spay/Neuter Clinics Offer Low Cost Veterinary Services

If you have a pet that needs to be spayed or neutered and you cannot afford the price at your regular veterinary hospital, there are spay/neuter clinics throughout the country that offer low-cost surgeries. Many of these clinics will also provide vaccines at lower prices as well.

2. Vaccine Clinics Provide Affordable Veterinary Care

Vaccination Clinics are conveniently located throughout the country and can usually be found in the larger pet stores. Most of these clinics are not fully equipped to provide full veterinary services, but most will provide affordable preventative veterinary care for your pet. They offer
pet vaccination, anti-parasitic treatment, and diagnostic screening for all dogs and cats.

3. The Humane Society Assists With Veterinary Services

In your area, the local Humane Society may be a source for affordable pet care services and options.  The Humane Society provides Low-cost spay/neuter services to prevent over-population of cats and dogs. The Humane Society provides vaccine clinics to keep your pets’ current with vaccines. Other services may include microchip implantation, dewormer, and flea control. You and your pet may struggle with nail trimming. Affordable Nail Trimming is another service that the Humane Society offers. Some Humane Society facilities offer pet training and pet behavior advice. Coming soon…TelePAWS will be offering affordable online Pet Training and Pet Behavior services. In some areas, the Humane Society may offer mobile vet services.

4. Charitable funds like AVMF Assist Pet Owners Obtain Veterinary Care for Their Pets

The Veterinary Care Charitable Fund (VCCF) is a program created by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) to provide veterinarians with a simple and effective way to offer charitable veterinary services to clients facing personal hardships as well as a means to support animals who are injured or rescued from abuse and neglect. Only veterinary hospitals that are enrolled in VCCF can offer low- or no-cost services to clients.

5. Teleadvice and Telemedicine Provides Lower Cost Veterinary Care

The TelePAWS has experienced/dedicated veterinarians to advise pet owners on preventive care options for their pets. The convenience and comfort (for pets and owners) of being able to ‘visit’ a veterinarian from home can be an invaluable experience for many. Because pet telemedicine is a relatively new service, there may be hesitation and skepticism. With the right online vet, the experience should be comfortable, easy, and informative. Be prepared for a lot of questions. The more information that the veterinarian gets about your pet, the better the advice and prognosis. Clients can access TelePAWS’ low-cost vet services from anywhere in the U.S. 

Talk to an Online Vet Today! For only $50 you can book an appointment with a vet and get help for your pet today!

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