How Pet Insurance Can Keep You From the Most Difficult of Decisions
There are a LOT of good reasons to buy loss prevention products (insurance.) Insurance can protect you against a major financial loss in an auto accident or house fire. It can ensure your children’s education and financial future in the event of your death. It can prevent a major financial loss should you be sued for an injury on your property or at your business. The list goes on and on. Most of the reasons are practical and financial. “Good business decisions” one might say. After all, one should protect their assets. There is one form of insurance however, that provides a cushion on another level. That is pet insurance.
First, you should understand that pet insurance, like other loss prevention products, must be secured before a pet is ill or has an accident. In fact, pet insurance will not cover pre-existing conditions. That means no more than you can buy car insurance after an accident and expect it to be covered should you buy pet insurance for an already ill pet.
That being said, pet insurance can help you provide needed care for a beloved pet should they become injured in some future accident or become ill. What is most important about pet insurance, however, is that it can prevent you from having to make an extremely difficult decision.
Most of us love our pets like family. When they become ill or injured though, we may be forced with making a horrific choice. Just how much money are we willing to spend to keep them here with us? Veterinarians and pet owners have these discussions across the country daily. It is one of the most difficult decisions for a pet owner to make. With pet insurance, however, that decision becomes much easier.
Pet insurance may not be so much about saving you money on your pet’s medical bills as it is about preventing you from having to make the extremely difficult decision between cost and care. Anyone who owns a beloved pet can understand that instantly.
Pet insurance is a reasonably affordable way you can keep from having to make one of the most challenging decisions of your life. Let us help show you how affordable it can be. More importantly, let us help you understand the value it can provide in a difficult situation.
If you have a dog or cat, consider pet insurance. Sure, it can minimize your out-of-pocket expenses in a medical emergency, but it can also be the layer of protection you need from having to make one of the most difficult decisions when it comes to your pet.
Contact one of our independent agents and discover just how affordable pet insurance can be.
National Puppy Day
March 22, 2019
What could we have possibly done to deserve something as great as puppies? Puppies are a tremendous source of joy for our souls. As they grow, they are clumsy, playful, and hilarious. Not only that, they bring us the purest love and nothing else can compare. It’s only natural that there’s an entire day dedicated to puppies.
National Puppy Day typically falls on March 23rd, unless March 23rd lands on a weekend. In that case, it will happen on the closest Friday or Monday.
When you adopt a puppy that needs a home, you are making the world a better place by lessening the suffering for dogs in animal shelters. The intention of this day is to bring awareness to the dire need to save and provide homes and unconditional love for the puppies.
Another way to ensure that our puppies are safe is by purchasing a pet insurance policy that helps provide financial support when our puppies get ill, injured, or need other treatment. Medical expenses can put a huge dent in our pockets. Insurance provides that sense of relief we need.
Do you have pet insurance? Should you get pet insurance?
Here are a few reasons why you should consider purchasing a pet insurance policy:
● You never know what kind of health conditions your animal could face. Health ailments are spontaneous–your bank account may not be ready for the occasion.
● Insurance may help you pay for the medical expenses, which will save you money in the long run.
● With how much puppies play, they are at a risk for injury.
● Insurance could save you money on all the veterinary check-ups for your puppy.
● You want to preserve your puppies life for as long as possible.
● Getting the coverage when your puppy is young gives you coverage for life-long conditions. (Coverage is excluded for existing conditions, so if any symptoms arise later on in your pet’s life, you’ll already have coverage.
Pet insurance is ideal for all you animal lovers out there.