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What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the December edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Throughout 2019 we’ve been exploring a different topic each month related to our companion animals. With Christmas quickly approaching and we plan what food we will be eating on the big day, we may also be tempted to “treat” our pets which is why we’re focusing this month’s blog on pet nutrition during the festive period Read more

Loans and Payment Options for Emergency Vet Bills

If you are struggling with a large or unexpected vet bill, don't panic. If your pet has been taken to a vet on an emergency basis. there are many options available to you. 

Payment Plans From The Vet

Many vets offer payment plans for emergency procedures. This would mean you effectively borrow the entire procedure cost up front and pay it back over 6-24 months. You may need to pass a credit check.

Credit Cards or Overdrafts

If you have a credit card or overdraft with available limit this would likely be your quickest option. If the procedure is expensive or you intend to take a long time to pay it back, you should also considering transferring the balance to a cheaper card, or roll it into a same day loan.

Payday Loans for Vet Bills?

These loans are higher interest but very quickly paid out. If you don't have time to wait for a loan, you may need to use a payday lender.  Please remember you can pay off loans early to avoid any further interest. If you have a poor credit rating, there are still many companies who can help. Omacl Loans offer faster processing for vet bill loans.

Bad Credit Finance Options

Payment plans from your vet or a credit card are the easy options but they may not suit everyone due to the need to pass a credit check.  If you have to use these bad credit loan options, use a comparison site to check which bad credit loans are best.

 

What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the November edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Each month we explore a different topic related to our companion animals. This month the topic is diabetes and how to spot the symptoms and care for your animal that has diabetes, as well as what you can do as an owner to prevent your pet from developing diabetes in the first place. Read more

After Brexit, rules will change on how to take your pet to the EU. You should speak to your vet about extra steps to make sure you can travel. Check how to prepare at gov.uk/brexit-pet-travel Read more

What does pet health look like this month? Welcome to the October edition of our ‘We Are One Health’ pet owner blog series. Each month we explore a different topic related to our companion animals. October 10th is World Mental Health Day focussing on mental health issues around the world, so we’re taking a look at how owning a pet can have a positive effect on our mental health, and how we can make sure our pets are happy and healthy too. Read more

As temperatures rise, tick numbers are on the increase all over the country. It is an important time to check you are doing all you can to protect your furry friends, as well as yourself. Read more

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