Are Pet Care Plans Worth It?
As pet owners, we all know that caring for your furry friends can be expensive as costs mount up for consultations, vaccinations and flea and worming treatments. As a solution to these costs, many vets offer pet care plans, which is a scheme that offers to save you money with vet care. But are pet plans worth it, and will they actually help you with saving money? Keep on reading to find out if subscribing to a pet plan is the best route to take for your pet’s veterinary care, and why at Kensington Vet Care we don’t offer these types of plans to our patients. What is a Pet Care Plan? Pet plans are a subscription service that covers routine healthcare for your pet. By paying in monthly instalments your pet gets their annual vaccines, flea, tick, and worm treatment, routine check-ups and discounts on medication and surgical procedures. It is important to note that pet plans and what they cover, differ between vet practices, so if you’re currently subscribed to one, it may not cover all the things mentioned. The main selling point of these plans is the ease of having all the necessary treatments and check-ups all rolled into one payment that comes at a discount price compared to paying for everything your pet needs separately. But it is really worth it? Do Kensington Vet Care Offer Pet Plans? No, at our practice we do not offer monthly pet care plans. They are a few reasons as to why we don’t and why we feel like they aren’t worth it for you and your pet. They Can Be Restrictive When you sign up to a pet care plan, you’re agreeing to a