Payment Options

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Payment Options

At The Grand Lake Veterinary Hospital, we provide the highest quality care for your four-legged family member. We also know that sometimes that care can be financially prohibitive. We often get questions from our clients regarding the value of pet insurance and other payment options such as CareCredit, and whether these are the right option for our clients. We strongly encourage our clients to consider medical insurance for their pets. The expense of medical care can be greatly helped by having the right insurance plan, and CareCredit can be a beneficial option as well. We also offer the convenient ability to pay your invoice online.

Care Credit

Care Credit

Allows you to manage the cost of your pet’s veterinary care with low minimum monthly payments for any treatment amount. It’s easy to apply and in most cases, decisions are immediate. Apply at the hospital or online:

Pay Your Bill

Online Bill Pay

Allows you to pay your invoice conveniently online from your phone or desktop. Please follow the instructions provided by the hospital to pay your bill using this secure transaction form.

Pay Your Bill

Pet Insurance May make Caring For Your Pet More Affordable.

Time and time again, we’ve seen it help families take better care of their animal companions and afford life-saving procedures for their pets.

Like health insurance for people, pet policies have different deductibles, co-payments, and premiums. You should also be aware that with most policies, the pet owner must pay the vet bills in full, file a claim, and then wait for reimbursement from the insurance company.

The insurance plans we recommend are:


It’s always a good idea to do your homework prior to signing up for a plan and, as you make up your mind, consider the following questions:

  • Is there a physical exam required to get coverage?
  • What percentage of the bill does the company pay after the deductible?
  • Are there co-pays?
  • Does the plan cover pre-existing conditions and recurring medical problems?
  • Can you choose any veterinarian or animal hospital?
  • Are prescription drugs covered?
  • Does the policy pay if your pet is being treated and dies?

If you’re having a hard time deciding which pet insurance plan is right for you, take a look at Pet Insurance Review — a website dedicated to helping pet owners compare leading pet insurance plans in minutes.

If you have any questions about our payment policies or want to talk to someone about your bill, give us a call at (510) 350-8538 today.

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