PAW Plans, Pet Pals, Paws for a Cause

Do you like a bargain? I sure do. Going to the store and seeing something you have been wanting for a while and finding the price reduced, what a feeling. Do you like sharing that bargain with your friends? Are you one of the people that shares stuff with your friends on Social Media?

Have we got a deal for you! THREE things for the price of one! How can you beat that?

For many years we have had wellness plans where you can pay a little each month and get great veterinary care for your pet rather than having to fork over a chunk once a year for exams, vaccinations, etc. Earlier this year, we rebranded this into our PAW Plans (Pet Annual Wellness) and expanded the services you can get! Now, if you choose the appropriate plan, you can get Dental Care included for this monthly charge.

AND part of the fee you pay will go to helping pets in the Animal Shelter because we care about them too. Through our Paws for a Cause initiative. When we introduced PAW Plans, it was founded upon the premise that every pet deserves preventive wellness care. Paws for a Cause is a way to encapsulate the importance of wellness, by helping you, our wonderful clients, to not only provide your pets with the best possible comprehensive care, but in doing so, to give back to the pets that do not yet have their fur-ever home.

AND with our Pet Pals program, if you refer a friend, you can save money and they can save money as well! Our Pet Pals referral program provides us with the opportunity to give back to our loyal clients for continuing to help our practice grow, in addition to those who are willing to give us a try. As a thank you for the referral, we will credit your account and your referral $25 after their first appointment (you must be mentioned as the referral).

How is that for 3 great deals! PAW Plans, Paws for a Cause, and Pet Pals, three great deals we are now offering to help more pets of Haywood County!

One Response

  • I like your point about choosing the best hospital for our pets rely heavily on the qualifications and experience of the practitioner. I do agree that before we send our pets to a hospital, it is important to check where they were trained and ask for their certifications. I will heed your advice.

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