Our Payment Options
On a Budget? Not a Problem! Eastside Animal Hospital Accepts Financing Plans.
Our team of veterinarians in Jeffersonville wants your pet to be healthy and stay healthy. We also understand that making our pets’ lives better comes with costs. To maximize client convenience and to ensure pets get the best veterinary care possible, Eastside Animal Hospital offers multiple payment options.
We routinely accept payment in the form of cash, check, debit card, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express.
We also provide preventive care plans for pets through our Paws4Wellness program. Learn more about our available packages here.
Finance with CareCredit
Eastside Animal Hospital understands there are times when an unexpected medical need can create an unexpected expense. This is why we offer CareCredit pet healthcare financing as an option to help you finance the cost of keeping your pet heathy.
How does it work?
CareCredit has flexible financing options for unexpected situations from
emergencies to dental procedures ensuring that pets get the care they
need, and pet owners get the peace of mind they deserve.
To learn more, click here.
Payment is expected at the time of service.
Medical Insurance for Your Pet
While there are many products on the market to choose from, we believe it is important that our clients know that the Trupanion pet care insurance is endorsed by the AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association). Eastside Animal Hospital also recommends Trupanion.
As an added benefit to current Trupanion policy owners, Eastside is able to provide approval of services on the spot for Trupanion clients. This means no more waiting for a reimbursement from Trupanion when you bring your pet to Eastside!
For coverage and rate information, please visit the client-friendly website.
“The vets have all been fantastic: knowledgeable, caring, and informative.”- Kim Parish
“Everyone at Eastside was so personable, and it was very clear they really loved animals!”- Mary Rademaker
“They were extremely thorough in figuring out what was with my little furry one.”- Dylan Adams