Does Pet Insurance
Here's A Vet's
Many pet owners are torn between enrolling in pet insurance
or setting aside a little money each month into a pet-
emergency savings fund.
Pawlicy Advisor, a leading independent
pet insurance marketplace, released a
veterinarian's perspective on "Is pet
Insurance worth it," aiming to educate pet
owners who want to be able to afford to do
what's best for their pet.
"Regular veterinary care, wellness visits, and vaccines aren't what
you need to be concerned with when it comes to your pet's
"The biggest costs come from
unexpected emergencies and
surgeries," - Dr. Hodges, DVM.
"One fellow veterinarian said he has 5 to 10 difficult discussions per day with
pet owners who cannot afford the cost of their animals' care." Dog bites,
fractures, and foreign object ingestion can cost thousands of dollars to treat.
Less than 20% of pet parents
surveyed say they could afford
a $5,000 vet expense without
What about having a savings account just for pet costs? Unfortunately
your dog or cat will not wait for a time that is convenient for you to need
What happens when issues arise in your pet's first or
second year of life? Or what if there's more than one
emergency in the lifespan of your pet? If you've saved
just enough to cover the $5,000 CCL surgery, what
happens when your pup later develops an eye infection,
a cancerous growth, or the other
Investing in pet insurance is a great way to hedge your risk
and have the bulk of any unexpected vet costs
Getting reimbursed up to 90%
of a vet bill can be a literal life-
Pet insurance will work at any vet clinic and animal hospital
in the USA.
With the right coverage plan, you
can provide your pet with
diagnostics, treatments, and
medications without serious
Learn more at www.pawlicy.com