5 Reasons Your Pet Needs Insurance
You insure your home, your house, yourself and your family. But did you know that there’s another family member you need to look out for? Just like you find yourself suddenly sick and in need of a doctor, your pets will too. Don’t let the health of your furry friend to come down to what you can afford.
Pet health insurance is just like yours: a safety net when medical bills come in. To help you with your research, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 reasons you should consider getting insurance for your pet. If you’re ready to talk more about quotes, call 877-968-7302 to get started.
Your pet gets sicks
While we can voice when we feel a scratchy throat coming on, your pet cannot. You may find your dog or cat suddenly sneezing, vomiting, and acting lethargic from what amounts to little more than a common cold. It’s common and can cost a lot when you’re least expecting it.
It’s a nightmare scenario, but there is a good chance you’ll be going to the emergency room with your pet at least once during their lifetime. The ASPCA estimates that every pet owner will spend between $2,000-$4,000 on an emergency room visit for there animal. And that’s per visit. Are you prepared to foot that bill when it comes?
It covers regular visits too
It’s not just about unexpected trips to the doctor, regular vet bills for an annual check-up can start to add up and pet insurance can help. Plans that cover routine care can save you hundreds a year in routine vet bills for your pet. Knowing you’re covered can make the annual vet visit that much easier.
Vet costs are rising
Medical advancements for animals is on the rise and the progress is astounding. But it also isn’t cheap. There are new procedures out there and new options but they come at a cost. Pet insurance can help with that. If your animal has been dealing with pain or discomfort and a new procedure can help, wouldn’t you want to do everything you can to help them?
Extend your pet’s life
The ability to pay for vet visits and procedures without worry or fear means more vet visits, and that means a longer life for your pet. If it comes down to your wallet or pet, you don’t want to even have to think about that choice. Pet insurance can make that decision easy for you.