Pricing & Payments

Payments Options
Pricing for Dogs
Pricing for Cats

Pricing & Payments

Payments Options
Pricing for Dogs
Pricing for Cats

Payment Options

Payment is expected when services are rendered. In order to focus on our patients’ needs, customer service and minimizing costs, we do not bill.

Payment Types

  • Cash
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa

  • American Express
  • CareCredit
  • Pet Insurance

CareCredit

When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expense strikes as well. Green Cove Pet Hospital understands this and is able to make some special arrangements through the CareCredit program. It takes just 5 minutes to complete an application and will allow you to break down your payment into 6 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 at: www.CareCredit.com.

Apply Now

Pet Insurance

Another popular option for your family and pet is insurance coverage. To learn more, please visit the following pet insurance websites:

Payment Options

Payment is expected when services are rendered. In order to focus on our patients’ needs, customer service and minimizing costs, we do not bill.

Payment Types

  • Cash
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa
  • American Express
  • CareCredit
  • Pet Insurance

CareCredit

When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expense strikes as well. Green Cove Pet Hospital understands this and is able to make some special arrangements through the CareCredit program. It takes just 5 minutes to complete an application and will allow you to break down your payment into 6 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 at: www.CareCredit.com.

Apply Now

Pet Insurance

Another popular option for your family and pet is insurance coverage. To learn more, please visit the following pet insurance websites:

Preventative Care Pricing for Dogs

This is a thorough physical examination to evaluate your pet’s health. This is required each year before any vaccinations can be administered or prescriptions are filled.

Combination vaccine that protects against several serious diseases: Canine Distemper (Respiratory, GI, and Nervous System disease with a high death rate), infectious hepatitis (affects the liver), Parvovirus (highly contagious, GI disease with a 90% death rate in untreated dogs), and Parainfluenza (cellular immunity, respiratory disease).

Protects against a serious bacterial disease that attacks the kidneys and liver of infected dogs and is zoonotic to humans. It is spread by the urine of wild animals (opossums, etc.), rodents (mice, squirrels, etc.) and contaminated sources of water (rivers, lakes, streams, etc.).

This is recommended for all dogs that are exposed to the respiratory secretions of other dogs (boarding, grooming, dog parks, dog training, etc.). It is required for all dogs staying in the hospital or boarding facility. Combination vaccine that protect against the most common causes of bacterial canine infectious tracheobronchitis, parainfluenza (mucosal immunity), and adenovirus.

This is recommended for all dogs that are exposed to the respiratory secretions of other dogs (boarding, grooming, dog parks, dog training, etc.). It is required for all dogs staying in the hospital or boarding facility. To protect against two increasingly aggressive respiratory viruses, that have caused death in severe cases.

This vaccine protects against the zoonotic disease of Rabies (100% fatal in mammals) and is required by Alabama state law (Code of Ala. §3-7A-2) for any dog over the age of 12 weeks.

This heartworm check also tests for disease that can be spread by tick bites, including: Ehrlichia Canis, Lyme Disease, and Anaplasma. We recommend this test every year for all dogs and is required to fill heartworm prevention.

This test, checking for intestinal parasites is recommended every 6 months for all dogs and is required for all pets that stay here long enough to be walked in our yard.

Dosage: Monthly ($11+) or injection every 6 months ($39+)

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes. It is life threatening to have and life threatening to treat. It is much cheaper to prevent heartworms than to treat them. There is a breed of mosquito that prefers to feed indoors. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($20+) or tablet every 3 months ($56.95)

Oral or Topical; fleas can be carried inside on your shoes and can cause serious allergic reactions, illnesses, and tapeworms. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($20+)

Oral or Topical; tick bites transmit diseases such as: Ehrlichia Canis, Lyme Disease, and Anaplasma that can result in a host of illnesses. Needed year round.

10 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, and complete blood cell count

18 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, thyroid level evaluation, and complete blood cell count.

11 part chemical and microscopic analysis of urine to evaluate kidney function, bladder health, and monitor for diabetes, crystals, stones, and urinary tract infections

Preventative Care Pricing for Dogs

This is a thorough physical examination to evaluate your pet’s health. This is required each year before any vaccinations can be administered or prescriptions are filled.

Combination vaccine that protects against several serious diseases: Canine Distemper (Respiratory, GI, and Nervous System disease with a high death rate), infectious hepatitis (affects the liver), Parvovirus (highly contagious, GI disease with a 90% death rate in untreated dogs), and Parainfluenza (cellular immunity, respiratory disease).

Protects against a serious bacterial disease that attacks the kidneys and liver of infected dogs and is zoonotic to humans. It is spread by the urine of wild animals (opossums, etc.), rodents (mice, squirrels, etc.) and contaminated sources of water (rivers, lakes, streams, etc.).

This is recommended for all dogs that are exposed to the respiratory secretions of other dogs (boarding, grooming, dog parks, dog training, etc.). It is required for all dogs staying in the hospital or boarding facility. Combination vaccine that protect against the most common causes of bacterial canine infectious tracheobronchitis, parainfluenza (mucosal immunity), and adenovirus.

This is recommended for all dogs that are exposed to the respiratory secretions of other dogs (boarding, grooming, dog parks, dog training, etc.). It is required for all dogs staying in the hospital or boarding facility. To protect against two increasingly aggressive respiratory viruses, that have caused death in severe cases.

This vaccine protects against the zoonotic disease of Rabies (100% fatal in mammals) and is required by Alabama state law (Code of Ala. §3-7A-2) for any dog over the age of 12 weeks.

This heartworm check also tests for disease that can be spread by tick bites, including: Ehrlichia Canis, Lyme Disease, and Anaplasma. We recommend this test every year for all dogs and is required to fill heartworm prevention.

This test, checking for intestinal parasites is recommended every 6 months for all dogs and is required for all pets that stay here long enough to be walked in our yard.

Dosage: Monthly ($11+) or injection every 6 months ($39+)

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes. It is life threatening to have and life threatening to treat. It is much cheaper to prevent heartworms than to treat them. There is a breed of mosquito that prefers to feed indoors. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($20+) or tablet every 3 months ($56.95)

Oral or Topical; fleas can be carried inside on your shoes and can cause serious allergic reactions, illnesses, and tapeworms. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($20+)

Oral or Topical; tick bites transmit diseases such as: Ehrlichia Canis, Lyme Disease, and Anaplasma that can result in a host of illnesses. Needed year round.

10 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, and complete blood cell count

18 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, thyroid level evaluation, and complete blood cell count.

11 part chemical and microscopic analysis of urine to evaluate kidney function, bladder health, and monitor for diabetes, crystals, stones, and urinary tract infections

Preventative Care Pricing for Cats

This is a thorough physical examination to evaluate your pet’s health. This is required each year before any vaccinations can be administered or prescriptions are filled.

Combination vaccine that protects against several serious diseases: Panleukopenia (potentially lethal, highly contagious distemper virus), viral rhinotracheitis (herpes virus/upper respiratory disease), and Calicivirus (potentially lethal, highly contagious upper respiratory disease). This is required for cats staying in the hospital or boarding.

Protects against the leading cause of virus-associated deaths in cats. Feline Leukemia is spread by grooming and fighting between cats.

1 year $25.60/ Traditional 3 year $43.99

This vaccine protects against the zoonotic disease of Rabies (100% fatal in mammals) and is required by Alabama state law (Code of Ala. §3-7A-2) for any cat over the age of 12 weeks.

This test is recommended every year for any cat routinely exposed to other cats for grooming or fighting where they could be exposed to Feline Leukemia or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (Feline Aids). The test is required prior to initial vaccination for Feline Leukemia. This test also tests for heartworm disease.

This test, checking for intestinal parasites is recommended every 6 months for all cats. Profender ($15.95+) Annual or PRN Topical dewormer for Round-, Hook-, and Tapeworms

Dosage: Monthly ($23+)

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes. It is life threatening to have and impossible to treat in cats. It is much cheaper to prevent heartworms than to manage the complications that come with them (i.e. Asthma-type symptoms, surgical removal of adult worms, sudden death, etc.). There is a breed of mosquito that prefers to feed indoors. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($23+) or every 3 months ($63)

Topical; fleas can be carried inside on your shoes and can cause serious allergic reactions, illnesses, and tapeworms; preventing fleas is the best way to prevent Cat Scratch Fever exposure for humans. Needed year round.

Dosage: Every 3 months ($63)

Topical; tick bites transmit diseases such as: Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, Tularemia, Cytauxzoonosis, etc. that can result in a host of illnesses. Needed year round.

10 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, and complete blood cell count

18 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, thyroid level evaluation, and complete blood cell count

11 part chemical and microscopic analysis of urine to evaluate kidney function, bladder health, and monitor for diabetes, crystals, stones, and urinary tract infections

Preventative Care Pricing for Cats

This is a thorough physical examination to evaluate your pet’s health. This is required each year before any vaccinations can be administered or prescriptions are filled.

Combination vaccine that protects against several serious diseases: Panleukopenia (potentially lethal, highly contagious distemper virus), viral rhinotracheitis (herpes virus/upper respiratory disease), and Calicivirus (potentially lethal, highly contagious upper respiratory disease). This is required for cats staying in the hospital or boarding.

Protects against the leading cause of virus-associated deaths in cats. Feline Leukemia is spread by grooming and fighting between cats.

1 year $25.60/ Traditional 3 year $43.99

This vaccine protects against the zoonotic disease of Rabies (100% fatal in mammals) and is required by Alabama state law (Code of Ala. §3-7A-2) for any cat over the age of 12 weeks.

This test is recommended every year for any cat routinely exposed to other cats for grooming or fighting where they could be exposed to Feline Leukemia or Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (Feline Aids). The test is required prior to initial vaccination for Feline Leukemia. This test also tests for heartworm disease.

This test, checking for intestinal parasites is recommended every 6 months for all cats. Profender ($15.95+) Annual or PRN Topical dewormer for Round-, Hook-, and Tapeworms

Dosage: Monthly ($23+)

Heartworms are spread by mosquitoes. It is life threatening to have and impossible to treat in cats. It is much cheaper to prevent heartworms than to manage the complications that come with them (i.e. Asthma-type symptoms, surgical removal of adult worms, sudden death, etc.). There is a breed of mosquito that prefers to feed indoors. Needed year round.

Dosage: Monthly ($23+) or every 3 months ($63)

Topical; fleas can be carried inside on your shoes and can cause serious allergic reactions, illnesses, and tapeworms; preventing fleas is the best way to prevent Cat Scratch Fever exposure for humans. Needed year round.

Dosage: Every 3 months ($63)

Topical; tick bites transmit diseases such as: Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, Tularemia, Cytauxzoonosis, etc. that can result in a host of illnesses. Needed year round.

10 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, and complete blood cell count

18 item internal organ analysis, electrolyte analysis, thyroid level evaluation, and complete blood cell count

11 part chemical and microscopic analysis of urine to evaluate kidney function, bladder health, and monitor for diabetes, crystals, stones, and urinary tract infections