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I have a few questions on Care Credit.

1. What is it and does it apply to only animals?

2. Would I be able to apply or should my parents?

3. Where could we apply for Care Credit?

4. When will I know if I am approved?

Lastly, 5. Would I be able to use it once approved?

Please let me know, because I think Dixie is in great danger. She looks as if she is hypoglycemic again and we don't have enough for a third visit. I need all the help I can get because I'm stressing out. The possibility of losing Dixie is unbearable! I love her too much! Please please help me!!
 

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well it seems as though you've solved your problems, but to clarify about Care Credit

1. What is it and does it apply to only animals? Interest free (for a period depending on your plan) credit to use towards animal health care.

2. Would I be able to apply or should my parents?
Anyone can apply, but the better your credit, the greater the credit line.

3. Where could we apply for Care Credit?
Any animal hospital can pre-approve you, or I believe you can contact them directly.

4. When will I know if I am approved?
It only takes minutes to be approved for a line of credit, and can be done while you wait at the animal hospital.

5. Would I be able to use it once approved?
You can use CareCredit immediately.

Be careful and read all the fine print, and make sure you choose a plan and line of credit that meets your needs.
 

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i took out something similiar for my lasiks surgery there were 2 options there was one if yo make monthly payment and dontmiss any for a year it is interest free. of course i opted for that one lol. the second was you paid interest and it was pretty high. it was by unicorn financial i did it online my eye doctor called me 10 minutes later and said i was approved. I never even told my eye doctor i was applying. It was all done and set up for me by Unicorn i guess thats why they asked for doctors information
 

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DIXIE IS OK... WE JUST FOUND THAT OUR LITTLE CHI IS AN INSOMNIAC. SHE EATS ALL NIGHT AND PLAYS A LITTLE HERE AND THERE AND THEN SLEEPS ALL MORNING. WE STILL CONSTANTLY MONITOR HER EVERY MOVE. AND WE WATCH FOR EARLY SIGNALS OF HYPOGLYCEMIA. THANKS FOR ALL THE INFO! I'M SURE IT WILL BE OF GOOD USE TO OTHER CHI OWNERS OR MAYBE TO US IN AN EMERGENCY. THANKS AGAIN!



 

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she is adorable I cant beleive she had parvo they are usually very, very thin after an episode and it takes quite awhile to regain the weight just like a child lol her clock is mixed up lol i am glad she is much better
 

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chiwi's like that too. she eats a large majority of her food at night and just picks here and there during the day. she's very lazy during the day too. you could always apply for care credit this way you already have it in case an emergency comes up you will already be prepared. it also helps for regular vet visits as well.
 

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I'm glad sshe is doing better...

Gadget gets the zoomies every night at 11pm and he will run for a whole hour.. it wears me out just watching him... hehehehe
 

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So glad she's better. :wink:

About the Care Credit, that really saved my hide when I needed help. It really can be a life saver! :wink:
 
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