Open Door Veterinary Care is a full service veterinary clinic offering exams, vaccinations, parasite control and prevention, general surgery, an in-house lab, digital X-Rays, and more. All services require a veterinary exam.
Vaccines & Services
Vaccines and Services
Save with our package pricing
At Open Door Veterinary Care we realize that not every pet has the same needs. Our packages are not only affordable but are designed to be flexible for the needs of your specific pet. All of our packages include a discounted veterinary exam and 10% off additional services if 2 or more services are chosen.
*PLEASE MENTION IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A PACKAGE AT THE TIME YOU SCHEDULE YOUR PET'S APPOINTMENT.
- Veterinary Exam $20 (normally $38)
- Receive 10% discount on all services if you add 2 additional services listed below
Add on services:
- Fecal Screening $31
- Heartworm Test $22
- DAPPV 1 Year $25
- DAPPV 3 Year $25
- DAPPVL4 $35
- Rabies 1 Year $17
- Rabies 3 Year $22
- Bordetella $29
- FELV $31
- HCP + FELV Feline $46
- Deworming $13
- Nail Trim $15 (additional fees for sedated nail trim)
- Ear Cleaning $15
- Microchip Pet ID $20
- Anal Gland Expression $20
Please allow 48 hours on in house prescription refill requests.
Payments can be made with cash, debit card or credit card. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover, CareCredit and Scratchpay. Payment is expected at the time of service. In order to focus on patients needs and keep our prices low, we do not bill.
When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expense strikes as well. Community PetCare Clinic understands this and is able to make some special arrangements through the CareCredit program which is a personal line of credit for veterinary pet care. It works like a credit card that is used for your pet’s healthcare services. If your pet is ill and needs extensive medical treatment (immediate or long-term, medical or surgery), CareCredit can finance 100% of your pet’s needs with no up front costs, no annual fees, and no pre-payment penalties. Your pet’s treatment can begin immediately upon approval.
No matter what type of animal you have, you can use Scratchpay to help pay any veterinary bill you incur. Community PetCare Clinic has partnered with Scratchpay to provide you with simple transparent payment plans. It isn’t a credit card, and checking your plan option will NOT affect your credit score. We approve more pet parents, with affordable rates.
VetBilling is a payment option that allows you to make bi-weekly or monthly payments on a balance over a period of 6-12 months. We do our very best to get you a monthly payment that is within your budget. Not all clients will qualify for this option, and there are restrictions and fees associated with this payment option. Ask us for more details.
Pet Savings Plan
Do you want to schedule a dental, spay/neuter surgery or other procedure but don’t have the funds?
Choose an amount that works for you and have the payments deposited at Open Door Veterinary Care where we hold your funds as a credit balance on your client account. It costs just $15 to enroll in a Pet Health Savings Account (one-time only), and an additional $1 is added to each automatic payment to cover bank transfer fees (if you elect to save $30 a month, a total of $31 will be withdrawn from your account on the date you choose, every month.)
The funds in your savings account can be used to purchase any services or retail item with us.
Other financial support options
- Ask your friends or family to co-sign for Care Credit or Scratchypay or if you can borrow funds or to make donations directly to our clinic. We have a paypal set up on our home page and many people prefer giving directly to our a clinic rather than a Go Fund Me.
- Waggle: Submit your pets story and they post on their page to begin raising funds for you to come directly to our clinic for your pet’s care. We’ll share on our social media too.
- Ask us for a list of charitable organizations that you can apply to for possible funds.
- Join Eusoh: A community-based pet insurance alternative in which pet parents join groups and directly fund each other's veterinary costs. Instead of handing over a set premium to an insurance company, pet owners only pay for their community's actual cost of care.