365 Pet Insurance – All Things Pet Insurance by Industry Experts
We break down the difference between Accident Only, Illness, Comprehensive and Wellness Plans and help you decide which is best.
Pet Insurance Doesn’t Have to Be Complex
Unfortunately, all too often, decisions have to be made about care for our beloved animals that are not due to what we want to do, but more about what we can afford.
Pet insurance is a way to alleviate those hard decisions and make it so that anything is possible when it comes to caring for your pet’s health – from normal veterinary care to things like prosthetics and chemotherapy.
The decision to insure your pet is a personal one, and there are many schools of thought out there. Some will advise you to simply keep a savings account for your pet. This may be a fantastic solution for situations that only cost $100-$1500, but for catastrophic events such as cancer or other long-term illnesses, or even illness or injury that happens early in your pet’s life, a savings account won’t even come close to the funds you need to properly care for your pet. Then, you will have to make horrifying end-of-life decisions when you could afford the care easily with a small monthly payment to a pet insurer.
For us, the question of if you should get pet insurance as a pet owner is a no brainer. The bigger questions are: what kind of insurance you should get, what should your plan look like, and what are the basics you need? Our site hopes to answer all of these.
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