To become a member of Unity Animal Hospital, each family pays a one-time membership initiation fee and an annual fee for each animal (payable in monthly installments). In exchange for membership fees, members’ animals will receive all routine well care. For more details, please visit our Membership page.
No. We are happy to serve clients who choose not to be members. However, members do receive services at lower prices than do non-members.
No. The membership initiation fee is a one-time, per-household fee.
All necessary, core well-care is provided in exchange for membership dues. For more details, please see our Membership page.
If I use your hospital as a non-member and then decide that I want to become a member, can I apply previous appointment fees to my membership?
Yes. We don’t want to rush or pressure anyone into membership, so you are welcome to try out our hospital as a non-member and then convert to a member if you’d like. If you choose to become a member within a week of your visit as a non-member, the fees from your appointment will be adjusted to reflect member rates, and any credit will be applied to your account.
There are many different ways to help animals in need. If you’re looking for a new pet, there are many local rescues working to place wonderful animals in homes. Additionally, these local rescues are often in need of volunteers to work with the animals, and they often collect donations such as newspaper and towels. If you’re looking to provide financial help, we have two funds that help animals in need. Our Rescue Fund is used to finance care for animals belonging to our rescue clients. Our Pet Retention Fund is used to finance care for animals experiencing unforeseen but treatable illnesses whose owners are unable to afford treatment. For more information, please see our Fundraising page.
We regularly post pictures and stories of animals benefited by our funds to our website and Facebook page. Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to track which animal is benefited by each individual donation.
No. Unfortunately, because our funds are not maintained by a nonprofit organization, donations are not tax deductible.
All pet insurance plans are structured such that clients pay for veterinary care and are later reimbursed by the insurance company; insurance companies never directly pay veterinarians. We are always happy to sign any forms that require a veterinarian’s signature or description of treatments.
We recommend visiting one of the emergency centers listed on our Emergency page.