A good Irish Wolfhound puppy is not cheap, we understand that. That is why we want to help you get a loan offer for that new puppy. Take a few minutes and get an offer for the money that you need. There is no obligation and you can get your offer and potentially your money super fast.
Financing A Pet
When you first think of the idea, it might seem strange but it makes perfect sense. After all, you wouldn’t think twice about financing a television or a computer and your pet will be with you longer and mean more to you. Plus, these days a pure bred puppy is not a cheap purchase. If you are on the fence about financing your Irish Wolfhound, here are some things that you can consider.
Puppies Are Expensive
A good puppy can cost thousands of dollars and that is just the initial cost. Besides that you have veterinary bills, vaccines, medications, all that puppy gear and of course food. With a Wolfhound, you will need lots of food and it needs to be high quality stuff.
Getting a puppy loan for your dog will help you keep your cash on hand to pay for all of the other little exoenses that will pop up.
Online Loans Make You A Cash Buyer
Sure, you might be able to find financing at a pet shop but this limits you to what they have on hand, usually mixed breed “designer pets”. If you are approved and decide to accept an offer from one of our lenders, you will get your money in cash. It will be sent directly to your checking account making you a cash buyer.
Being a cash buyer will allow you to shop directly with a breeder and even put a deposit on a dog before it is ready to come home. Use a quality breeder and secure your puppy early.
Pet Shops Should Be Avoided
When you think of financing, a pet shop is probably the first thing that comes to mind with their in house financing. When you use one of our lenders to finance your Irish Wolfhound, you can avoid the pet shop entirely and this is a good thing.
Pet shops typically have poor quality animals who are born and raised under conditions that are questionable at best. Even if you could find an Irish Wolfhound at one of these places, you would not want to support them buy putting money in their pockets.
How It Works
Getting an offer for your Irish Wolfhound is easy and relatively quick. Here is how the process generally works.
Fill Out The Quote Form
First, you will need to fill out the quote form. You should know that you are not applying for a loan from us. We are not direct lenders. Instead, we give you access to a much larger group of online lenders. These lenders are use d to working with bad credit, so even if you have a less than stellar score, you may still be able to get an approval.
The form is very general and should take just a few minutes to fill out for most people. It also will walk you through everything step by step so it is not so tedious.
Submit Your Request
When you are done filling out the form and have double checked your information, you can send the form off for approval. If approved, one of the lenders in the group will make you an offer for Irish Wolfhound financing. You will then be taken to that lenders website where you can review the terms of the offer that they are making you.
Be sure to read the offer terms carefully, because not all loans are good deals. Since we are not lenders and have no part in the decision making, we can not say just what type of offer you get. Make sure that the cost of the loan is not too high and that you can afford the payment.
Make Your Decision
Finally, all that is left to do is to make your decision. Examine all of the details of your loan and decide if it is a good deal to you and for your situation.
Remember that an Irish Wolfhound is a luxury purchase and not something that you need to survive. If the cost of the loan is too high, you should turn it down and either do without or save for an eventual purchase.
Get Your Money
If you were approved for a loan and decided to accept it, you will get cash deposited directly into your checking account. You can then use the money to purchase your Irish Wolfhound or whatever you want. Your lender is making you a personal loan, so they do not care if you are buying a French Bulldog or a flat screen television. The money is yours to do with as you please.
Pay Back The Loan
Last but certainly not least, you will need to pay back your loan according to the terms of your loan contract. Make sure that you make your payments on time or, if using automatic withdrawal, make sure there is money in the account when needed.