At Braid Vets, we are committed to keeping abreast of the latest developments in modern veterinary practice – providing high-quality treatment at sensible prices.
To enable pet owners to spread the cost of routine treatment, we have designed our own practice membership scheme – the Braid Vets Health Plan.
Braid Vets Health Plan Offers:
- Essential annual vaccinations, including Kennel Cough for all dogs
- Two full veterinary examinations per year
- Flea and worm protection – all year round, with Prescription Only Medicines
- Convenient monthly payments by Direct Debit
- 10% Discount off all other fees*,
- 10% Discount off all out-of-hours emergency fees*, at our own e-vets Emergency Service, Edinburgh’s only accredited private Veterinary Hospital
- 10% Discount off Prescribed Medicines
- 10% Discount off all Petfoods
- Optional Accidental Injury Cover, for £2.95 per month
- An extended payment scheme for high cost treatments
How Do I Register?
Please call in to the practice to complete a simple registration form, which will require your bank details. Practice staff will be happy to answer any queries you may have. It is also possible to register by telephone, by calling 0800 169 9958. There is no registration fee.
Prevention is better than cure!
Braid Vets Health Plan brings pet owners peace of mind by providing their pet’s preventative healthcare needs.
Twice yearly visits mean that we have the opportunity to administer necessary vaccinations and dispense accurate and up to date worming and flea treatments. In addition, an overall clinical examination gives us the opportunity to carefully monitor the general health of your pet and offer advice, support and treatment planning, which in many cases may prevent problems arising in the future.
Furthermore, the cost of the preventative healthcare is spread throughout the year by making monthly Direct Debit payments – it couldn’t be simpler!
Whilst spreading the cost of preventative treatments, all members then qualify for additional discounts on other items in the practice. Also, should a pet need an expensive operation or treatment costing over £500, payment can be spread over a period of months (conditions apply).
Is it a type of Pet Insurance?
It’s not Pet Insurance. Pet Insurance is designed to cover all non-routine treatments, such as emergency surgery. The Braid Vets Health Plan is designed to cover all of the preventative healthcare and treatment that your pet needs throughout the year.
A range of plans is available for:
|First Pet||Second Pet|
|Small Dog (under 25kg)||£14.95||£13.95|
|Large Dog (25 – 40kg)||£16.95||£15.95|
|Indoor Cat (all weights)||£11.00||£10.00|
|Outdoor Cat (all weights)||£14.50||£13.50|
|Rabbit (all weights)||£7.00||£6.00|
Extra Large Dog (40kg+) £18.95 £17.95
which provides your pet with:
Full clinical examination, twice a year, to assess:
- General health
- Dental health
- Skin and coat
- Anal glands
- Heart and lungs
- Joints and muscles
- Worming treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
- Flea treatments (sufficient for 12 months)
- Treatment planning
- Dietary advice
10% discount off the normal cost of other services provided*, including:
- Diets and sundries
- Additional vaccinations
- X-rays, ultrasound
- Additional worming
- Blood sampling
- Additional flea treatment
*Excluding: External Laboratory Fees and Cremations. Does not apply to services from our Braid Pets Salon.
- Kennel Cough (this is a new addition from November 2016)
- Cat Flu
- Feline Enteritis
- Feline Leukaemia
- Cat Flu
- Feline Enteritis
- Viral Haemorragic Disease
Accidental Injury Cover
For an additional premium of £2.95 pcm you can have peace of mind that treatments as a result of accidents will be covered by this policy. This should be arranged by telephone:- 0800 169 9958.
Extended Payment Scheme
For any treatment over £500, pet owners will have the facility to spread the payment over a number of months. Please note our normal discount of 10% is not available if the Extended Payment Scheme is utilised. A deposit may be required. Use of the Extended Payment Scheme is at the discretion of the Veterinary Surgeon.