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Pet Insurance in Connecticut

Connecticut MapIf you are one of the many Connecticut pet owners, you already know the benefits of having a furry friend as a member of the family: companionship, protection, and fun, just to name a few. But, are you aware of the expenses that can occur when accidents and illnesses affect your dog or cat?

Advances in veterinary medicine have made it possible to extend your pet's life, but with those new procedures come higher costs. For example, among the top 10 most common procedures done on cats, prices range from $290.51 (benign skin mass) to $1507.96 (malignant skin mass). Dogs fare worse, with the top 10 procedures ranging from $296.31 (fluid-filled, swollen ear) to $8539.41 (cancer of the liver). If you were faced with one of those more expensive veterinary bills, would you have to choose between going into debt and having to put your beloved pet to sleep? No pet owner wants to be faced with that excruciatingly painful decision.

Pet insurance is available in Connecticut that can help you avoid being placed in that position. You can choose from a variety of plans and select the one that best meets your needs, from comprehensive coverage that includes both routine wellness visits and illness/accident treatment, to a basic catastrophic plan that only addresses major medical issues. You should make sure to understand the particular details of any plan you consider, as pet insurance tends to be quite different from the health care coverage you likely have as a human. For instance, some plans may not cover pre-existing conditions, or they may have both annual and lifetime limits to the amounts they will pay.

Regardless of the plan you choose, pet insurance can offer you greater peace of mind knowing that your furry friends will receive excellent care for a lifetime.

 

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