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WELLNESS PLANS

Keeping your four-legged family member happy, healthy and fit takes a commitment. The wellness plans at Stone Cottage Veterinary Hospital make achieving this goal easier and more affordable.

We offer several plans to choose from to suit your pet’s unique health care needs as well as your budget. As a bonus, you’ll also enjoy additional savings with all of our wellness plans (some exclusions apply).

What are wellness plans?

Wellness plans should not be confused with insurance. Instead, they are designed to provide your pet with the proactive care to prevent disease and provide early diagnosis of certain medical conditions. They are not designed to account for unforeseen injury or illness, but rather to stay a step ahead of such issues whenever possible.

Our wellness plans also make managing the ongoing health of your best friend more affordable. Not only are they they priced to provide a discount on regular care, but it’s always less expensive to prevent illness than it is to treat it.

What is included?

We offer pre-packaged plans for puppy and kitten wellness. Our plans feature the fundamentals of wellness care, including annual checkups, core vaccinations and routine, preventative health screenings.

For a complete description of each plan’s coverage, benefits and pricing, please get in touch.

How do I enroll?

Enrolling in one of our wellness plans is simple. Just mention it at your next appointment or contact the office today for assistance.

Take the worry out of pet care! Enroll your pet in a wellness plan with Stone Cottage Veterinary Hospital today!


Our Services

Wellness & Vaccinations

Wellness Plans

Allergies & Dermatology

Nutrition & Weight Management

Diagnostics

Dentistry

Surgery

Alternative Therapy

Microchipping

Orthopedics – Knee, Hip, Bone Surgeries

Covid-19 Info


Working Hours

Monday – Friday: 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Saturday: 8:30AM – 2:00PM
Sunday: Closed

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