Do you need pet insurance? Yes, no, maybe, not sure . . .
With so many pet insurance companies to choose from, I thought I share a wonderful site (consumeraffairs.com) which compares the top ten pet insurance providers.
Consumer Affairs writes, “Pet insurance helps pet owners pay the cost of medical expenses if the pet becomes ill or has an accident. Some pet insurance plans cover routine checkups and wellness procedures, such as annual exams, spaying, neutering, etc. Veterinary bills can be very high and pet insurance can help to offset the cost. However, in some cases pet insurance can cost more than it pays out so it’s important to consider your own unique situation and various factors before deciding whether or not to purchase pet insurance.”
Follow this link to read more and discover the top 10 best rated pet insurance providers. They also created a simple quiz to help consumers learn if pet insurance could be right for them.
Which pet insurance do you use? Are you happy with their service? Feel free to share in the comments below.
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