The VIP scheme

Lucy and Mojo

The Aims of the Assisi Veterinary Group VIP Club.

– To allow members to pay a small sum each month towards preventative healthcare, instead of one large amount at each annual vaccination.

– To provide preventative healthcare at a discounted rate.

– To supply carefully selected products aimed at safety and efficacy.

– To be sensitive to the needs of both the patients and the clients belonging to the VIP Club, making changes where needed to give them the very best service possible.

The VIP Plan includes:

– Discounted Booster vaccinations for dogs, cats and rabbits.

– Discounted Worming at quarterly intervals for adult dogs and cats and monthly for puppies and kittens. We carefully select the safest and most effective wormers.

– Discounted Flea and Mite control.  Monthly for cats and dogs,  6 monthly for rabbits

– Free 6 monthly examination

– Free Nail trims and Anal Gland expression as often as needed.

– 20% off microchips with a free replacement if they malfunction.

– 10% off all dental work unless covered by insurance policy, in which case we offer other benefits.

– 5% off pet accessories and diets, including prescription diets.

Pet Insurance is not included in the VIP Plan and it will not cover illness and injuries.

The Plan was aimed at the costs that are not covered by insurance.

To claim the benefits:

At the time of each annual vaccination, you will be given the correct wormers and flea treatment to cover six months.  Six months later, a nurse or a vet will examine your pet at no extra charge and if healthy, they will dispense a further six month’s supply of wormers and flea treatment.

Multiple animals.

The second pet gets 50p off per month and the third and subsequent pets get £1.00 off per month.

When to join.

The Plan is essentially a prepayment plan and as a reward, you benefit from the 10% discount. The best time to join is either as a puppy or kitten. For adult, the optimum time is just after an annual vaccination, so that the payment for the benefits is covered by the time you come in 6 months later.

Puppy VIP Scheme

8 wk: Frontline Flea treatment, Panacur wormer,
Vet Health check and 1st Vaccination
10 wk: Panacur wormer,
Vet Health check and 2nd Vacc/microchip

4 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment
and Nurse Health check
5 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
6 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment,
Vet Health check, Bordetella and Neuter
7 mth:  Advocate wormer/flea treatment
8 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
9 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment
and Nurse Health check
10 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
11 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
12mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
13 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
14 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment

 Payments are made monthly from 6-14 months

Kitten VIP Scheme:

9 wk: Frontline Flea treatment,  Panacur wormer,
Vet Health check and 1st Vaccination
12 wk: Panacur wormer,
Vet Health check  and 2nd Vacc/microchip

4 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment
and Nurse Health check
5 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
6 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment,
Vet Health check, Bordetella and Neuter
7 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
8 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
9 mth: Advocate Droncit wormer/flea treatment
and Nurse Health check
10 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
11 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
12 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
13 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment
14 mth: Advocate wormer/flea treatment

Payments are made monthly from 6-14 months

 

If you would like any more information then phone 01621 818282 (Tiptree Veterinary Centre) or 01206 561407 (Willows Veterinary Centre).

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