Pet Insurance & Finance



Keeping Veterinary Care Affordable

VetPay is specifically designed to help you pay for veterinary expenses without the worry of high upfront costs. By using Vetpay, you may be eligible for a loan amount that may cover the cost of your Vet treatment that can be paid back with fortnightly installments. 

You can apply any time as Vetpay has a 24/7 support line available. By completing this pre-approval application you will find out whether you are eligible to use VetPay finance when you need it.  Applying for pre-approval is valid for 3 months, is free of charge and you are not obliged to use VetPay credit.

Once you have been pre-approved you will be able to use VetPay finance at our clinic.

** Please note **

At your appointment you will be required to pay a deposit of 20% off of the total cost of treatment otherwise te application cannot be processed.


Click here to apply for VetPay today


Pet Insurance

Pet insurance is becoming more and more popular in Australia. It offers you peace of mind as it covers some or all of the treatment costs if your pet was ever involved in an accident or suffers a sudden illness. There is no equivalent of Medicare for pets, thus often treatment costs exceed what an equivalent problem would cost for a human patient. Did you know that 24 hr emergency care for animals can cost over $1000 per day? Some surgeries such as repair of fractured bones or exploratory surgery can also add up to thousands of dollars and that does not even include the recovery and aftercare treatment. It is a heartbreaking situation to have to choose between the health of your pet and financial constraints, so for peace of mind we strongly recommend that your pet is insured.

We highly recommend shopping around for pet insurance to find one that best suits your pets needs.

What does pet insurance cover?

Individual packages vary in the type of treatment covered. However, they usually include most accidents and unexpected illnesses.

Some companies will cover annual vaccinations and other products to maintain your pets health.

You need to consider the differences between policies, in particular the claim excess amount, proportion of treatment costs covered, annual claim limit, age restrictions, pre-existing illness exclusions and policy costs.

We have information available at reception about difference insurance companies.

We highly recommend pet insurance and encourage you to discuss it with us at your next visit.