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Information about Medical Fees

Tulare-Kings Emergency Service is not a part of any other veterinary facility. Because of that, and so that we can continue to provide you with high quality service utilizing the best medical technologies, we require that payment be made at the time services are rendered.

We provide estimates for all surgeries and hospitalizations, and you are encouraged to discuss treatment options and the fees for each option with the staff.

A deposit is required on all pets left for hospital care.

TKVES accepts payment via cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, and American Express. We do not extend credit or provide payment plans, however, we do utilize CareCredit, Citi Health Card, and other major credit cards for those that are interested in extended payment options. Please see the additional information below for more details.

When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expense strikes as well. Tulare-Kings Veterinary Emergency Services understands this and is able to make some special arrangements through the CareCredit program or the Citi Health Card program. Applying is quick and easy, and will allow you to break down your payment into monthly installments. You can either apply at our hospital, where we'll call in your application over the phone for immediate approval, or apply yourself online by clicking one of the icons above.

  • Low monthly payments (3% of the Total Balance)
  • Plans that are interest-free For 6 Months available
  • Determine approval in a few minutes
  • No annual fee

As an emergency facility, we provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic treatments and procedures, Results of multiple tests and blood work can be available within minutes to provide the quickest and most accurate results necessary prior to the treatment of your beloved pet.

In addition to emergency and critical care, Tulare-Kings Veterinary Services is here for you when your pet needs hositalization and your primary veterinarian will not be available. We work closely with your pet's veterinarian to augment his or her services, carrying out the treatment and monitoring of your pet with gentle compassion.

In order to provide your pet with the best possible care Tulare-Kings Veterinary Emergency Services is open when most traditional veterinary hospitals are closed.

We are open from 5pm each weeknight until 8 am the next morning.

On weekends, we are open continuously from 5 pm Friday evening until 8am Monday mornings, as well as all major holidays. Read More

Make emergency vet hospitals available for low income families

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My cat got sick on saturday died monday morning It was so quick I had no time to react but to try and find an emergency clinic. That did not work out well.. He had to die at home because I did not have the cost to go into a walk in emergency clinic to have him put to sleep so he did not have to suffer. I called vets today (monday) and by the time I got a hold of one, he had already passed away. This could have been avoided. I dealt with, what many families deal with every day in NYS. Not enough money to help a pet with an emergency medical cost. ASPCA is great, the Hudson Valley Aminal rescue and sanctuary is also great, but we need something for emergencies. I propose an idea to where someone (meeting income guidelines of course) go into any emergency vet, after all the cost are through, They sign a contract with the vet (or other company or assitance program involved) for a payment agreement on a sliding scale with their income. The pet owner pays a deposit of (say its 300 dollars and they pay a deposit of 100 dollars) a percentage based on their income. The state wont have to pay anything, and contracts will be signed so the vet or other company has something in writing as far as them getting the rest of their money.

There is the carecredit program, but a lot of low income families do not have the credit to get this credit card. There's also pet insurance which is very high in premiums. I want to come up with a alternative way for those who are stuck in the middle! I am will to negotiate any idea you may have. This is important to me because this was a true lost to my family, I don't want another family to go through the same thing.

Our Payment Solutions Leave No Pets Behind™

Our services: Payment Plans, Pre-Payment Plans, Wellness Plans, Pet Savings Accounts, recurring billing, professionally managed accounts receivable and much more.

Our services are available to the veterinary profession.

Total Financial Services dba VetBilling believes the veterinary practice needs to model it’s business operations after other successful businesses not after other practices. VetBilling payment solutions, payment plans, pre-payment plans, wellness plan billing and pet savings accounts are the most flexible payment options available to the veterinary profession and moves you to a better business model. Your practice has total control. Our program is convenient, but also “vet-friendly,” giving practices the tools and support to be successful in a new era of consumer centric payment options. When you need to help a pet owner, Total Financial Services dba VetBilling is here to help you so you do not have to turn a pet owner away.

Our payment options, offered through veterinary practices, help you comfortably manage your pet’s health care costs. A large balance can be divided into manageable, interest-free installment payments paid by secure, automatic withdrawals using your checking, savings or credit card account. Visit our Participating Vets page to find a veterinarian near you that offers VetBilling.com payment plans.

Our mission is to end economic euthanasia and owner surrender by helping veterinarians provide more flexible payment options to pet owners.

Should the veterinary profession follow human medicine?

Article from our parent company Total Financial Services, Inc. You need a non-emergency medical procedure that costs about $6,000. Since your insurance plan includes a $6,500 annual deductible, your doctor asks you to prepay for the procedure. What do you do? Read.

Problems facing the veterinary profession!

What is the veterinary profession doing to stop this negative trend? How much longer do you believe that all the best marketing in the world, having the best social media marketing campaigns, optimizing your web presence and being certified for "Fear Free" is going to.

You do all the right things to get new clients in your door: forward booking, email promotions, appointment reminders, social media and online presence, preventive care education, perhaps offering a mobile app, and getting referrals from your existing clients. But, as.

We have been using VetBilling since July of 2015. The last thing I thought we needed was another payment method. But we started having more cancellations because of client financial concerns. So, we bit the bullet and signed up for VetBilling. And I’m glad we did! Some of our clients just don’t qualify for CareCredit, but they want to get their pet the medical attention it needs.

Former Practice Manager, Azzore Veterinary Specialists

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We will provide a good-faith estimate of the cost of our services before pet treatment, however, unforeseen circumstances may arise that influence your final bill.

A deposit toward the cost of services is required in all emergency cases, and in many instances, a deposit is required for surgeries and other procedures.

Payment in full is expected at the time services are provided or upon discharge of your pet; we accept payment by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and CareCredit (a payment option for healthcare services).

Are there payment plans available for my pet’s care at CVS?

CVS is proud to offer CareCredit® options. It is an easy application process that will give you results in minutes.

What are my financial obligations for a visit to CVS?

You are financially responsible for the initial exam fee and any diagnostics or treatment that you consent to for your pet’s treatment. This payment is due at the time of service. For further hospitalization, diagnostics, or surgery, a deposit is required up front with payment in full due when your pet is discharged.

What are the fees associated with bringing my pet in on emergency?

A deposit payment is required for all emergency examinations. Once the staff and doctors examine your pet, an estimate for treatment will be given to you to determine a treatment plan. For further hospitalization, diagnostics or surgery, a deposit is required up front, with payment in full due when your pet is discharged. We will discuss with your veterinarian the possibility of transferring the care of your pet back to your regular veterinarian. Together with your veterinarian, we will make the best medical decision for the continued care of your pet.

Will I be provided with an estimate of costs?

Yes, we provide and discuss our written estimate with all clients before they leave our facility. We require a deposit based on our estimate prior to any further treatment.

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