Our beagle hunter become very ill. We had
pet insurance and we were able to give him some
comfort in his last moments.
Pet insurance is very helpful for emergencies.
One minute your beagle could be fine. Then the
next minute they could become very ill.
Vets are becoming more open to this option.
It does open up more treatment options
for pet owners. Emergencies can happen
at any time.
“This is because pet insurance can save lives, and we’re seeing more examples of this,” says Dr. Julia Georgesen in Chicago. “As a veterinarian, pet insurance allows me to practice better medicine.”
Bella was an 8-week-old Pit Bull mix, who appeared perfectly healthy on her first veterinary visit. As a “to go gift,” Dr. Bradley Christensen, of Las Vegas, NV, offered a puppy kit to Bella’s owner, which included basic information about puppy care, where to find a dog trainer and a free 30-day trial with Trupanion Pet Insurance. Three days later, this once thriving puppy was pretty much on death’s door as a result of the canine parvovirus.
The coverage they had with the pet insurance helped
cover the treatment Bella needed. She is alive
Trupanion Pet insurance does cover 90 percent of most
claims. You need to check on the coverage and overall cost.
More Vets are open to this. Pet Insurance can save lives.
I wish we had pet insurance sooner with our beagle hunter.
At least we were able to cover some costs and make him comfortable
in the end.
Shop around and ask. Some pet insurance may not
cover certain treatments.They may not cover hereditary
conditions. My family found pet insurance
helpful with our cocker spaniel who had epilepsy. The
insurance help off set the costs of his medication.
Check on the premiums and the bottom line. So you can
make the best decision for your beagle.
The youtube video below goes over different pet insurance carriers
and a comparison of what they cover
Pet Health Insurance Comparison – MyVNN.com
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