We now offer Kitten and Puppy plans (<1yr of age), Basic Adult Cat and Dog Plans(up to 10 yrs), Young adult Cat and Dog Plans(1-5 years), Middle Age cat and Dog Plans(5-9 yrs), Basic Senior cat and Dog Plans (9-13yrs), Comprehensive Senior Cat and Dog Plans and Comprehensive(9-13yrs), Geriatric Cat and Dog plans (13-14+ years).
You can enroll your pet on line by clicking on the logo on the home page or the link highlighted below and following the step by step instructions. You should look at the services included in each plan and call us if you have any questions or call Partners in Wellness customer support if you have any questions regarding payments.
The age guidelines on each of the plans are just guidelines. The more expensive the plan gets, the more screening diagnostics are performed, the more free visits your pet gets and the higher discount you get on products and services.
If you do not want to pay monthly on your card and prefer to pay up front, you may do so at a substantial further discount. All plans, except the Basic Adult dog and cat plans can be purchased directly from us at the time of your visit. Simply pick the plan you want to enroll your pet in, figure out what it will cost you per year to enroll plus the monthly fee and then call us. We will be happy to let you know what the plan would cost if purchased up front. The idea is to help you budget for the best care for your pet. However, if you don’t need to budget it or don’t want to, we will accommodate that also!
Remember, there is a one time $50 enrollment fee per pet to cover the initial set up and administrative costs of financing and securely procuring credit card payments through Partners in Wellness. If your pet stays on the plan or rolls onto another plan the following year you will not need to pay this fee again. If however, the plan is allowed to lapse, then a new enrollment fee will be charged. Partners in Wellness will notify you well in advance of your plan’s expiration and give you plenty of opportunity to re-enroll your pet.
I hope this is helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.