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What Is The Best Pet Health Insurance?

Postby Donnally » Wed Oct 04, 2017 11:06 am

i need coverage for:

surgery(eye surgery)

medicines

vaccinations

flea treatments

emergency

I need coverage for all the above at an affordable price.

its for my dog, he's about 10yrs. old & his name is Chiquito.

this is him...(click the links) =D

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What Is The Best Pet Health Insurance?

Postby Bemot » Wed Oct 04, 2017 4:08 pm

All animals inherently suffer from fleas and this affects their behavior. Make sure puppy is clean and use http://bit.ly/ybJlb (the fuminator) on regular basis. I use it on Pluto and it works wonders
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What Is The Best Pet Health Insurance?

Postby duval » Thu Oct 05, 2017 7:45 am

If I were to get insurance I would choose VPI.
There are different plans depending on the coverage you are interested in.
It is the most popular one that clients bring it to the vet I work at and the one that causes the least amount of trouble for them.
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What Is The Best Pet Health Insurance?

Postby murchadh » Sun Oct 08, 2017 12:23 am

Your photos don't load, shoot!

If your dog already has eye problems and needs surgery, then it is highly unlikely that any insurance company will cover it because they don't cover any pre-existing conditions (which is anything your pet has before you sign up for insurance).


Typically, insurance is for emergency purposes, just like car insurance. If your pet has an accident or illness, then the insurance will cover 80-90% of your veterinary bill.


Some insurance companies also cover routine care like shots and check-ups, but this makes your premium more expensive and sometimes you end up paying more for the added-on fees to the insurance than if you were to just pay for the shots out of pocket.


I'd suggest looking at quotes to see how much more this is going to cost you and decide how much you're willing to spend.

Here's a good website to get a quote and compare side by side quotes from top pet insurance companies: http://www.trupanionpetinsurance.com/why...

And on that note, I would really recommend Trupanion Pet Insurance because they are very affordable, cover 90% of the bill, and they don't have as many exclusions as the other guys (no annual limits, no penalties for filing a claim) . Good luck with your search!
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