Accidents can happen. And unfortunately, it frequently requires veterinary attention. Often, our pets become ill. The cost of long term healthcare adds up. A pet health insurance plan can help to offset costs for short-term and long-term health conditions.
Some plans cover up to 80-90% of veterinary costs, and even include coverage for routine checkups, vaccinations, spaying, neutering, and dental care. Standard plans can often cover costly procedures in the case of an illness or injury.
Although we all know that staying on top of our finances is important, many of us don’t budget for unexpected vet visits. It’s common for accidents to happen during the worst time. Imagine you’ve just paid your monthly bills-- cell phone, electricity, rent, or mortgage. The next day, your dog comes down with an ear infection. You face an unexpected vet visit and the cost of antibiotics. Luckily, your canine is covered by insurance. Now, you only pay 10% (or less) of the actual total for pet care.
Many veterinary offices accept pet insurance. Just like your health insurance often applies anywhere insurance is accepted, the same goes for pet insurance. The benefits outweigh the cost when you always feel prepared for the unexpected.
It can be overwhelming to plan for health expenses. Fortunately, pet insurance is as simple as a monthly payment. We can handle the rest. Plan today, and worry less about tomorrow. You can now feel confident in caring for your pet.