Coupons and Promotions
Current clients SHARE THE CARE program
Come by Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital and pick up a “Share the Care” card (or print a “Share the Care” coupon below).
Tell your friends about your good experiences at Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital and give them the card or coupon. When they become clients, your friend will receive a $25.00 professional service credit toward their initial visit and a $25.00 credit will be placed in your account for use towards a future office visit.
This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.
The $25.00 credit cannot be used for medications or retail item.
Click here to print your “Share the Care” coupon.
Affordable Wellness Plans
Our new Affordable Wellness Plans provide many financial and wellness benefits including:
- Affordable monthly payments
- Discounted exam fees and preventive care services
- Exceptional veterinary care
To learn more about our Affordable Wellness Plans, click here.
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
Where big city medicine and surgery meet small town customer service and value.
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