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Pet Insurance in Maine

Maine MapDid you know that Maine is ranked second highest in the United States with respect to cat ownership, with more than 46% of households owning at least one?

One condition that is often treated in both cats and dogs is cancer. In a list of the conditions most commonly treated in dogs, cancer and malignant skin masses represent four out of the top ten, while in the list for cats they are five out of the top ten. Treating cancer comes at a price: the least expensive treatment is for cancer of the eyelid ($717.12), and the most is for cancer of the liver ($8539.41). Could you afford this treatment if your Fido or Fifi needed it? Would you need to take out a loan? Or would you be in the difficult position of having to choose humane euthanasia because you simply couldn't afford it?

For cat and dog owners alike, pet insurance is becoming more popular as advances in veterinary medicine have made it possible to extend furry family members' lives. Pet owners are turning to pet insurance policies to help them afford the increasing costs of such life-saving surgeries and treatments without breaking the bank.

You can compare several pet insurance policies, looking at their plans with respect to deductibles, annual and lifetime coverage limits, customer service, monthly premiums, and overall coverage. You may choose coverage at the catastrophic level only (i.e. accidents and illness) or opt for a more comprehensive plan that includes annual exams, vaccinations, and even spaying and neutering.

Whichever plan you choose, you can have greater peace of mind knowing that if your four-legged friend needs medical treatment, you will be able to get the help you need at a price you can afford.

 

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