Boston Veterinary Specialists
How much is surgery going to cost? Do you offer any payment plans?
Most sick or injured pets require diagnostic testing, blood tests, radiographs, consultations, examinations, and nursing care. Your surgeon will give you a more accurate estimate following the consultation. Please be advised that deposits are required (75% of the estimate) at the time a case is admitted. Fees for professional services will be itemized and submitted to you for payment at the time of completion of our services. Cash, Visa, MasterCard, and American Express are welcome.
CareCredit: CareCredit offers payment plans for ongoing pet care.
Scratch Pay: Scratchpay payment plans can help you finance your pet’s care if unforeseen costs happen. There is no hard credit check to see which plans you qualify for.
Will you let my veterinarian and me know what is going on with my pet?
On the day of your pet’s surgery, we will call you afterward and let you know how everything went, then give you daily updates for as long as your pet is with us. Your surgeon will also compose a full report to send to your regular veterinarian.
If my pet needs surgery, do I need to come in for an appointment first or can I just book the surgery?
What days are surgeries performed?
How long will my pet have to stay after surgery?
Your surgeon will determine the length of time your pet needs to be hospitalized. This depends on the procedure and will be discussed when the estimate is provided to you.
When can I visit my pet while he or she is in the hospital?
What can I expect upon picking my pet up?
You will be notified after 11 am on the day your pet is to be discharged from the hospital. A discharge appointment will be scheduled. Upon arrival, our team will provide you with a final detailed invoice, secure final payment in full, dispense medication(s), and schedule follow-up appointments. Your surgeon and/or client liaison will review written home care and postoperative instructions and answer any other questions you may have at this time.