Discover more ways we make care possible
At Northfield Veterinary Hospital, we accept a variety of payment options for your convenience, such as all major credit cards, checks, cash, CareCredit, and pet insurance.
Revolving credit line that can be used again and again at any in-network provider. Use across different specialties such as dental, vision, pet care and more.
Purchases may be made for any amount up to credit limit. Special financing for 6 months available on purchases $200 or more. Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required.
No annual fee**
No impact to your credit score to see if you prequalify. If you accept an offer and open an account, that may impact your credit score.
Synchrony Pay in 4
Buy now, pay later. One time use installment load that is approved for a predetermined amount and is paid back in 4 equal payments over 6 weeks.
Financing available for total purchase amounts $40-$499.99. Actual loan amount will be subject to credit approval.
No impact to your credit score when you apply.
Pet insurance plans cover the costs of covered medical care, often at rates of up to 90%. Each plan is different, with some covering only emergency care, while others will also help with the costs of preventive care like wellness exams and vaccines. With so many options, it can be overwhelming trying to decide which plan is best for you and your pet. Luckily, we’re here to help!
When it comes to enrolling your pet in pet insurance, timing is everything! It’s no surprise that most pet parents opt for pet insurance within the first 6 months of adopting their puppy or kitten, while they are still healthy! We encourage you to look into pet insurance now, before pre-existing conditions arise!
To compare pet insurance provider options, visit Pawlicy Advisor!
Here are some things to consider when choosing a pet insurance plan:
each month and if it fits within your budget
Whether you want preventive care covered in your plan or just unexpected medical care
and for how much
What conditions are covered, and if there are limitations such as pre-existing, congenital, or hereditary conditions
What the plan’s limitations are and if they have a cap on how much you can be reimbursed within a year