As pet owners, we have all heard about pet insurance and while it is not required like other types of insurance, it can be helpful in certain situations. However, what happens when you don’t have pet insurance, can’t afford it as other bills have to come first, but your pet is sick or injured. To make a diagnosis there will be an exam and maybe x-rays, but where does the money come from to pay for this vet visit? Adding the vet’s bills to the credit card balance just doesn’t seem to make sense, especially with those high interest rates. Who needs all these money problems when your devoted furry friend is suffering and in pain.
What you need is a small credit loan of up to $1,000. These loans are quick and easy to apply for and the money is usually in your checking account within 24 hours. Even if you don’t have good credit or any credit cards you can apply for a loan without credit restrictions. Other types of loans include short-term loans, no credit check loans and in most loans the fee to be paid back with the loan amount is less than the interest rate on a credit card for the same amount of money. There are also installment payday loans. When your pet is sick or injured it’s important to have the financial resources to ensure that your pet receives the best medical care that money can buy.