A PROVEN POSITIVE CASH FLOW SYSTEM

The tools you need to help pet owners pay and budget for veterinary care.

Our online platform lets you create customized in-house payment solutions within minutes.

Unlike third-party credit solutions, VetBilling® accepts all of your clients and takes none of your treatment fees.

When you follow our best practices your practice will NEVER lose money when offering clients a payment plan.

Managed Payment Plans

Pay-in-advance Plans

Pet Savings Accounts

Wellness/Subscription Plans

Our payment solutions leave no pets behind®

Our goal is to expand financial access to veterinary care so more pets get the care they need.

A complete solution for veterinary practices

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VetBilling® payment plans are successfully paid in full over 95% of the time. With odds like that, why manage in-house payments on your own?

Veterinary Practices

VetBilling’s all-in-one platform, along with our dedicated team of payment support specialists, lets you run a stellar in-house payment and budgeting program without the administrative headaches. 

Nonprofits

In an effort to keep pets with their families and out of shelters, VetBilling partners with nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations that provide veterinary services and charitable grants for veterinary care.

Pet Owners

VetBilling’s payment and budgeting plans, available through select veterinary practices and nonprofit animal welfare organizations, let you comfortably manage your pet’s health care costs.

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3 Reasons To Offer Pet Savings Accounts

Pet Savings Accounts are an excellent way to encourage pet owners to be proactively prepared for future veterinary expenses. Not everyone has the discipline to set up a personal savings account without occasionally raiding it to pay for an impulse purchase. Pet Savings Accounts offered through your practice let clients set aside a dedicated dollar amount on a monthly basis that is specifically earmarked for veterinary costs.

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How Pet Owners Hint About Financial Concerns

Many veterinary clients are worried about finances but won’t ever say so directly.  There are a number of reasons for this, but just a few include embarrassment or shame over their financial situation; having too much pride to ask for help; and fear of being judged as an irresponsible pet parent if they admit they have a limited budget.

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An Old Dog with New Tricks: In-House Payment Plans

In-house veterinary payment plans of the past had a bad reputation. Vet clinics hated to offer them, they were burdensome to manage, and clients frequently didn’t keep up with payments. Third-party credit products took their place and now most vets rely on these products to help clients manage costs. But with 60% of pet owners unable to qualify for credit and few financial alternatives, in-house payment plans – revamped for the 21st century – may be making a comeback.

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