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Pet Insurance

Our clients and their pets are very close to our hearts. We have pets ourselves and cherish our time with them; from relaxing with us after a long day to just having fun in the backyard.

Caring for our own dog, Abby, gives us pleasure and we know many of you feel the same way about your pets. That’s way we are providing this link to a pet insurance offering through Purina Care.

Here is some information when considering insurance for your pet.

Coverage with Preventive Care or Not…

Policies can cover all the preventive care or you can choose to just have coverage for the unexpected issues that come up. The cost of the policy will differ depending on your decision.

For example either type of policy would cover:

Illness Injuries and Accidents
Hospitalization Surgery
Hereditary conditions Diagnostics
Prescription Medications
A preventive care policy would also cover the following:
Vaccinations Annual Exams
Dental Scaling/ Polishing Spaying  / Neutering
Heartworm Prescriptions Flea Control Prescriptions

 

Why consider insurance for your pet…

Dogs Cats
Condition Average fee Condition Average fee
1. Intervertebral disk disease $2,844 1. Foreign body ingestion (small
intestine)
$1,629
2. Lung cancer $2,032 2. Urinary tract reconstruction $1,399 
3. Gastric torsion (bloat) $1,955 3. Foreign body ingestion (stomach) $1,391
4. Foreign body ingestion (small intestine) $1,629 4. Rectal cancer $1,011
5. Cruciate rupture $1,517 5. Bladder stones $989
6. Foreign body ingestion (stomach) $1,398 6. Intestinal cancer $942
7. Cataract (senior) $1,244 7. Hyperthyroidism (radiation) $920
8. Bone cancer $1,059 8. Fibrosarcoma (skin cancer) $780
9. Pin in broken limb $1,000 9. Acute renal failure $565
10. Brain cancer $916 10. Mast cell tumors $497
* Treatment costs vary on a case-by-case basis. Dollar amounts reflect average initial claim fees submitted to Veterinary Pet Insurance and are not intended to suggest typical reimbursements, reflect average national veterinary fees or account for continuing fees associated with a particular condition.
Source: VPI via Bankrate.com.

 

Most common surgically removed items

1. Socks 6. Chew toys
2. Underwear 7. Corncobs
3. Pantyhose 8. Bones
4. Rocks 9. Hair ties / ribbons
5. Balls 10. Sticks

Source: Veterinary Pet Insurance


Coverage will be similar to a person policy  

There are many similarities to your own health insurance –

Deductibles, pre-existing conditions, age factors, waiting periods for the policy to take affect, the policy is for the intended pet and can not be transferred, etc…

Make sure your insurance is keeping up with you..

Locally you can call

(636) 239-1130

Or try our toll free number

(877) 919-1130


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