Accidents and sudden illnesses can strike at any time, and when life throws a curve ball your way, your cat or dog need protection as much as any member of your family. Whether you’re caring for kittens, puppies or an aging cat, pet insurance can cushion the financial blow from sudden emergencies and absorb the cost of chronic conditions such as hyperthyroidism and feline diabetes.
Pet insurance policy
The most obvious reason to have a pet insurance is to cover veterinary bills. With the increasing amount of new treatments available vet bills are going up in price. But what about just putting money into an account in case of emergencies? That may be a very good idea for ongoing veterinary costs, such as payment for check-ups. But what if something unexpected happens and you have to pay thousands of dollars for an operation for your dog?
A pet insurance policy with flexible benefits stays with you if you need to move or change vets and lets you treat your pet with no age or breed restrictions. It’s easy to set up a pet insurance policy to cover one, two, or more pets, with a simple, scheduled payment that lets you budget for routine care and provide for emergencies. Most insurers offer a variety of payment options, from small monthly fees to a single annual payment, letting you fit a policy smoothly into your family budget.Accidents and sudden illnesses can strike at any time - pet insurance offers you peace of mind! Click To Tweet
With options for emergency care and long-term treatment alike, pet insurance offers you peace of mind and time to pamper your furry family members. And don’t forget, a pet insurance makes the most sense when your pet is young and the premium is a lower cost to you.
Written by Phoebe Parlade