Animals are a very important part of our lives, with many people rating their pets as more valuable to them
than other people. Pets provide comfort, love and security and in the case of dogs, are very loyal creatures.
So it makes sense for owners to take out pet insurance to protect their welfare of their animals.
If something was to happen to pets, whether they be a cat, dog or another animal, you want to ensure they get the best possible care and attention to help them recover. The last thing you want to do is be put in a position where you're not sure if you can afford an important surgery that will prolong the life of your animal, or increase their quality of life.
Insurance means that you take out a policy for your animal, on which you pay a fixed amount every month. If something happens to your pet which requires surgery or other medical attention, the insurance company will pay an agreed upon amount, relieving the burden from yourself.
Pet insurance plans generally start from around $15/month for cats and $25/month for dogs, but shop around and find one that is suitable for your needs. The more you pay per month on the policy, the higher the cover you are likely to receive. Ongoing costs costs can add up, especially if the animal suffers trauma or a serious illness, so choose an insurance policy that will accommodate your specific needs.
Another important thing to consider is how quickly the policy pays out. If your animal needs emergency surgery there is no point having an insurance policy that takes a month to pay the money. Make sure you can access necessary funds as soon as possible. Some reputable pet insurance companies include:
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