Banks Animal Hospital Payment Options


We understand pet care can be costly, especially when unexpected illness happens with your pet. Banks Animal Hospital offers various payment options in lieu of payment plans directly with our hospital.

Our commitment to you is that you will always receive a treatment plan detailing the cost of care before a procedure is completed so we are all on the same page.   If you have financial concerns, please let us know during the exam so we can work together with you for the best possible options.

Payment for your pet’s services is due at the time treatment is performed. If your pet is admitted into care, a deposit is required during the admitting process, and the balance due on your account must be paid in full at time of pet discharge.

Banks Animal Hospital accepts:

  • Cash

  • Debit

  • Mastercard

  • Visa


Banks Animal Hospital has also partnered with the following veterinary finance companies that allow you to complete an application over the phone with almost immediate approval allowing you to make affordable monthly payments:



Special financing every time you use it.  Low monthly payment options.  No up-front costs or pre-payment penalties.


Health Smart

Health Smart Financial Services is Canada’s leading provider of flexible, affordable payment plan options for healthcare treatments and products. Our ever-evolving proprietary technology platform allows healthcare providers and consumers to benefit from the fastest, most convenient, and most transparent process in Canada.



CareCredit knows pets are family too. That’s why we offer veterinary financing to help keep your most cherished family members in top shape.

Whether you use it to cover annual expenses like preventative care check-ups or for unexpected costs like pet prescriptions and house calls, the CareCredit healthcare credit card makes it easy to give your pets the care they need, when they need it.



Banks Animal Hospital at VetsToronto Kingston Road will be temporarily be closed until April 20th due to COVID-19 cases.