Don’t Chase Your Tail – Here Are 3 Tips to Quickly Find Quality Pet Insurance
Originally published October 7, 2016
It doesn’t matter if Fido’s been part of your family since he was all rolls and oversized paws, or since last week when you glimpsed an older hound at the pound.
When it comes to ensuring the safety and well-being of your dogs and cats, many pet owners would agree that quality insurance is a priority.
In a nation where there are about 76.43 million cats — more felines than any other country — and approximately 37-47% of all households have a dog, it goes without saying that pet insurance for dogs and cats is a worthy investment for many Americans. Here are a few paw-icular tips to help you narrow down which pet insurance for dogs and cats is the right fit for you and your four-legged companion.
Look for pet health insurance plans that are inclusive. When researching pet insurance, keep an eye out for companies that provide coverage for all breeds and ages of cats and dogs. This will ensure that you don’t need to change insurance plans as your furry friend begins to grow gray around the whiskers, so even older dogs will be able to receive optimal pet care. You’ll also want to find out if certain vaccines are required in order to enroll your pet.
Try to meow-t in the middle between cost and quality. The U.S. spends $12.56 billion on pet supplies and over-the-counter medicine each year, $20.46 billion on pet food each year, and $13.59 billion on vet care each year. For many families, they can’t afford to choose pet insurance for dogs and cats that fails to maximize the amount of potential coverage. Ideally, the pet wellness plan you select will offer a variety of insurance options that fall within your budget.
Don’t forget to ask about add-ons. Whereas some companies are strictly limited, others offer additional policy benefits to cover vaccinations, wellness visits and more.
By taking preemptive measures to find high-caliber healthcare for your pets, you can ensure that your wagging or purring loved one is properly insured in the years – human or dog – to come.
View original article at VeterinaryPrices.net.