Contact Us: (201) 262-0010
50+ years of service and experience combined with innovative medicine and compassionate care

Payment & Insurance Options

We encourage you to discuss fees and payment methods before services are performed. Our finance liasions are available 7 days a week to answer any questions you may have. 

Appointments and Outpatient Visits

Must be paid for in full at the time services are rendered.

If Your Pet Requires Surgery or Hospitalization

A Treatment Plan and Associated Fees Estimate will be provided outlining the anticipated costs of diagnosis and treatment, along with a consent form for anesthesia/sedation, before hospitalization. The estimate will be reviewed with you and you will receive a duplicate copy for your records. A deposit of the low end of the treatment plan is required before or at the time of admission. Payment in full is required when your pet is discharge from the hospital.

Charges for hospitalization may include:  daily hospitalization fees, daily examination charges, laboratory test/s, x-rays or other diagnostic procedures, medications, etc.

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Methods of Payment

Oradell Animal Hospital accepts cash, checks, MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.


6 month interest-free financing with a line of credit that can be applied for and obtained in as few as 5 minutes.

Scratch Pay 

Simple and affordable payment plans for large veterinary bills. Apply without affecting your credit score.

Pet Insurance

Emergencies, injuries and illnesses can happen in the blink of an eye and are typically associated with higher costs for diagnosis and treatment. Pet insurance may be a good option because it reimburses you for unexpected expenses – all while reducing the stress of decision making during difficult situations.

We are happy to assist you with completing your pet insurance claim form and will submit it directly to your insurance carrier with a copy of the applicable invoice/s.  Please note, Oradell Animal Hospital is not affiliated with, nor will we accept, or attempt to collect any form of payment, from any insurance company.​ Below are options to consider.

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