Insurance & Payments
Find a payment solution that works for your budget.
We require full payment at the time of service.
We also work with Compassionate Finance. Call us if you have questions about our accepted forms of payment.
Accepted Forms of Payment
- American Express
- Discover Card
- Personal checks (with proper identification)
- Pet insurance (see below)
- CareCredit (see below)
Military Discounts - We salute our veterans, active duty and retired military with 15% discount on services.
Senior Citizen Discount - 10% Off on Wednesdays (*veterinary services only)
Client Referral Credit - Earn $10 credit on your account by referring other Cleveland pet owners to Appalachian Animal Clinic.
Cleveland Animal Rescue Organizations - We are happy to work with local animal rescue groups. Pre-approval is required to qualify for the rescue group discounts. Please call us for more information.
Wellness plans are a great way to save on your annual visits.
We have various plan options, depending on your budget and the stage of your pet’s life.
Wellness plans also complement most types of pet insurance.
Pet insurance works well in cases of injury and illness, whereas wellness plans cover preventative care exams and basic wellness visits.
Pet insurance premiums are typically paid on a monthly basis and can be used to help offset some of your pet’s treatment costs.
When using pet insurance, payment is due when services are rendered and then your insurance company will reimburse you if applicable.
CareCredit is a healthcare credit card designed to help you pay for your pet’s health and wellness over time instead of having to pay for everything all at once.
Your CareCredit card can be used for a variety of veterinarian procedures, including:
- Spay and neutering
- Dental cleaning
- Parasite control and prevention
- Surgical procedures
- And more
Learn more at CareCredit.com.
“Good folks, they are nice and when my dog got sick on Friday night they made a spot to see her on Saturday morning. They sent us home with meds and she was better in a few days.”