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07
Jul
Should You Get Pet Insurance After Adopting a Dog or Cat?

These days, veterinary medicine allows cats and dogs to receive most of the same types of surgeries and procedures available to humans. There are special eye doctors, MRI machines, and cardiac and orthopedic surgeons for pets. Just as these procedures can be expensive for humans, they are expensive for pets. If you are concerned about […]

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02
Jul
Should Service Dogs Have Pet Insurance?

Service dogs are often life-changing for people with disabilities. While both a service dog and a typical pet form bonds with their families and “people,” a service dog is specifically trained to mitigate a physical or psychological disability. Even though these dogs are highly trained to help their owners’ specific disabilities, they’re still just like [&helli

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02
Jul
Is There Pet Insurance with No Waiting Period?

Pet insurance policies always have a waiting period because insurers don't want you to sign up after your pet has already become sick or hurt. But accident-only policies may have a shorter waiting period.

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24
Apr
Pet Insurance That Covers Spaying & Neutering

Pet insurance doesn’t typically cover spaying or neutering surgeries, but some wellness plan add-ons do.

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20
Aug
Is Pet Insurance Worth It? Evaluating the Cost

Pet insurance that covers both accidents and illnesses costs an average of $44.66/month for dogs and $27.93/month for cats. You could save thousands of dollars in vet bills by paying for coverage, so the cost of pet insurance is often worthwhile.

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