Anyone who brings a pet home is usually overjoyed when welcoming a family member into their homes. These furry companions emit nothing but love, which is why they have officially become honorary family members, now living with us under the same roof.
Frequently Asked Questions
Both the cost of veterinary care and pet insurance differs depending on your pet and the plan chosen for them. On average, monthly insurance policies for a dog are $47 per month. For a cat, insurance hovers around $29.50 a month.
Companies calculate a monthly price based on factors that include your location, breed, and age.
No, pet insurance is not mandatory. Animal insurance will help financially plan for worst-case scenarios if your pet falls ill or is involved in an accident. The goal of pet insurance is to alleviate any added stress when your furry friend falls ill or is involved in an accident.
The majority of pet insurance companies in North America only offer support for cats and dogs.
Unfortunately, not all veterinarians can offer the necessary support for exotic animals like birds, fish, amphibians, and reptiles, but they aren’t easy to find. There are specific companies that offer determined insurance plans.