Interest Free Credit

 

 

 

We now have the facility to offer interest free credit to our clients for veterinary treatment! 

We believe that veterinary treatment should be avaliable to as many people as possible, thats why we have teamed up with Snowbird finance to be able to offer interest free veterinary treatment to our clients for any veterinary bill over £350.

 

Below you will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions in relation to our treatment finance option:

How do I apply?

Jacqui Patersons team can discuss options avaliable to you at the practice. You quickly apply using the online portal or the details can be emailed to you to complete your application in the privacy of your own home. You will need to be over 18 years old, have been a UK resident for over 3 years and finance is subject to status.

What types of treatment can I use it for?

Most of the veterinary treatments we offer are avaliable on finance. Our team will be happy to discuss the options avaliable to you for your pets specific treatment.

How much can I put on finance? 

You can apply for treatment finance for procedures ranging from £350 to £25,000, the amount can then be spread over 6,9,10 or 12 months. You can also apply for subsequent treatments if needed at a later date.

Will I have to pay any additional fees?

With interest free credit, there are no hidden costs- you will only pay for the cost of your treatment.

What finance terms are available? 

Our practice offers a number of different options and together we can choose the option that best suits your specific needs.

How do I make repayments? 

Payments will be collected monthly by Direct Debit and will start one month after the loan agreement has been signed.

How quickly can my pet receive treatment?

The application process is quick and simple and you will receive a prompt response upon completion of the online application. Your pet can be treated as soon as agreed with the practice.

Speak to a member of the practice team or for more information visit vet.treatmentfinance.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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