Pet Insurance

Keep Pets Safe During a Disaster

Keep Pets Safe During a Disaster

The likelihood that you and your animals will survive a disaster such as a fire, flood, tornado or terrorist attack depends largely on the emergency planning you do today. Some of the things to do to keep pets safe, such as assembling an animal emergency supply kit and developing a pet care buddy system, are the same for any emergency. Whether you decide to stay put in an emergency or evacuate to a safer location, you will need to make plans in advance for your pets. Keep in mind that what’s best for you is typically what’s best for your animals. If you are like millions of animal owners nationwide, your pet is an important member of your household. Unfortunately, animals are also affected by disaster. Guidelines for Pets The following are things you should do before a disaster hits…read more →

Pet Insurance: Protecting Your Four-Legged Family Members

Pets are often considered members of our family but far too often, an accident or illness often means we are faced with very difficult decisions. When a pet is diagnosed with a serious illness or is struck by a vehicle, we often have to make the decision as to whether to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars in veterinarian costs to get them well again. Fortunately, there are policies available for pet owners that can help remove the financial consideration from these difficult decisions. What pet insurance does not cover It is important to remember that we have an obligation to our pets to prevent illnesses and accidents. Like children, pets must be properly cared for. Most pet insurance policies do not cover routine health issues like vaccinations or spay and neuter services. However, there are some high-dollar items…read more →

Pet Insurance: Why would I insure my pet?

According to the British Columbia Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animas (BCSPCA) the average cost of a healthy dog is nearly $2,000 a year for regular health issues. However, when a pet gets sick, is injured at a dog park or gets hit by a car, the unexpected bills that are the ultimate result can devastate a family. The high cost of pet disease and injury Let’s face it, the last thing we want to think about when our pet is hurt or sick is what it is going to cost to take care of them. However, these costs are very real and unless you have planned ahead of time for veterinary services, you could potentially drain your savings to pay for your pet’s care. This option in typically far less painful than the alternative: Not having your pet’s…read more →

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