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The ScotVet Lifetime Care Club: Allow us to treat your pet like a VIP

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We’re excited to be launching our Lifetime Care Club, a forward-thinking take on veterinary health plans, giving your pet the very best standard of preventative veterinary care – while saving you up to £400 every year!

Dogs and cats who join our Lifetime Care Club Unlimited receive unlimited consultations with our friendly vet and nurse teams, giving you complete peace of mind.

You read that right. For just £28 a month, you can book in to see your vet whenever you feel the need, as well as unlimited access to our nursing team for nail clips, anal gland expression and lots more to ensure you’re doing everything possible to give your pet the longest, healthiest life. Plus you’ll benefit from no insurance claims processing fees and everything our Essentials club provides.

Our Lifetime Care Club Essentials plan at just £20 per month, includes annual vaccinations – including kennel cough in dogs who need it – year round preventative flea and worm treatments, and microchipping.

Regardless of which club you choose, our unique offering also includes a range of further discounts, including 20% off dental care, 10% off neutering and 10% off pet food bought in one of our practices.

What our Lifetime Care Club members receive

Sounds great! How do I join?

Joining our Lifetime Care Club couldn’t be easier!

You can join online right now, a quick and simple process that will allow you to get saving as soon as possible, while ensuring your pet has the very best care on the market.

Alternatively, you can speak to our team today to find out more, should you have any questions.

Call our Ballieston Practice on: 0141 378 6293
Call our Sandyhills Practice on: 0141 778 8335

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Please note, our Lifetime Care Club is a 12-month contract and is not a pet insurance policy. We recommend you also consider insuring your pet against accidents and illness. The Lifetime Care Club Unlimited includes vet and nurse consultations but excludes any treatment, medication or diagnostic tests.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Find all the answers you need about our Lifetime Care Club

What happens if I move house, or my pet needs to be rehomed?
Your LCC membership is not transferable to another veterinary practice. As a result, if you need to cancel your membership prior to the end of the 12 month contract, your account will be reviewed and fees for treatment received will be charged.
What happens if my pet passes away?
Your LCC membership is a 12 month contract. In the unfortunate event of your pet passing away, you can continue to pay monthly for the contract term or pay for all treatment received under the LCC since the membership start date.
Can I cancel my plan?
Your LCC membership is a 12 month contract, similar to what you may have for your mobile phone. Our plan is designed to spread the cost of veterinary services across the year. At £28 a month, that’s £336 for the 12 month duration of your contract. If at the point that you chose to cancel your membership you have received services that amount to more than you have paid to us, we will ask you to pay the difference.

If for example you were to cancel your membership after three months, you will have paid us £84. If in that time your pet has received their booster vaccinations, a consultation and three months of flea and worm medication, the cost could come to £140. In this case you would be liable to pay us £56. In another example, if you had paid for six months of membership at a sum of £168 and received the same services at £140, you would be free to cancel your membership with no fee.
Do I get a multi-pet discount?
We don’t currently offer a multi-pet discount with our Lifetime Care Club. The plan is an offer designed by us to provide the most comprehensive care to your pet for a price that saves you money and helps you to budget across the year.
If I am a Lifetime Care Club member do I still need pet insurance?
Absolutely. The services provided under our Lifetime Care Club are designed to support your pet with preventative healthcare. That means we do what we can to help prevent them from getting ill, and if they are poorly we can diagnose and recommend treatment for any conditions as soon as possible. However, if your pet does become ill and need treatment, you will still need to pay for that, whether it be surgery, diagnostics, medicine or anything else not outlined in our plan. For this reason we strongly recommend that you invest in comprehensive, whole of life pet insurance. If you are unsure which insurance is right for your pet, our team are happy to advise.
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