Health care is expensive for pets and critters too. Pet insurance comes in different sizes and coverages. To find out which insurance is best, you need to consider the type of pet you have (dog or cat – what type of animal), the sub-type (breed), the size of your bank account, and your vet’s opinon. Over one million pets are medically insured in the US and Canada. Like humans, animals get sick. Although their medical care is not as expesive as that of the two legged citizens, it can cause a serious dent in an average families budget. Health care policies for pets are as complicated and riddled with fine print and limitations as any insurance. Therefore, you need to consider the cost of the insurance: compare it to usual needs of the type/breed of pet you have; you also need to consider the affordability of every plan. Are your pockets deep enough? Would the plan make a difference? Consult your vet on whether a pet health insurance policy or consistent preventative care is best for your family pet.
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Is Pet Insurance Worth the Cost?