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Pet Insurance in Washington

Washington MapWashington State is sixth in the nation when it comes to pet ownership: 62.7% of all households claim at least one Rover or Fluffy as part of the family. Pet owners know very well that having a furry friend can bring love, companionship, and even improved health; well-known studies have demonstrated that owners of pets tend to enjoy better health than those who do not.

Loving pet owners place a great deal of importance on keeping their feline and canine companions as healthy as possible, and progress in modern veterinary medicine is making it more likely than ever that pets will live long lives. However, these advances come at a cost; where in the past a condition like cancer might have meant putting a beloved pet to sleep to ease its suffering, now cancer is one of the most common ailments to be treated successfully with surgery, often with resulting veterinary bills that total in the hundreds if not the thousands. For example, one of the ten most reported surgeries in dogs is for the eradication of liver cancer, and an average bill is more than $8,500.

Fortunately, many Washington animal lovers are benefitting from pet insurance, which can defray the costs of most veterinary expenses that pet owners can incur. These plans offer affordable coverage for a wide variety of conditions; monthly premiums and annual deductibles do vary depending on the breadth of the policy. Pet lovers searching for suitable plans should notice whether or not the plans they consider will cover pre-existing conditions, as pet insurance providers are not mandated to provide such coverage. Additionally, owners of elderly pets or a few specific dog breeds such as chow chows or pit bulls may find that they are unable to obtain any coverage at all, so it is worthwhile to carefully research pet insurance policies to make sure that pets' needs will truly be met by any plan selected.


The cost of pet insurance

Like all insurance, you're gambling with whether you'll use pet insurance or not. But before you buy in, make sure you consider the following from the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner: What's covered and not covered under pet insurance ...

Published:  Mon, 14 May 2018 06:58:00 GMT

The love of your pet is priceless - but bills can add up

(Courtesy WARL) WASHINGTON - Pets can be delightful and even help ... Insuring your pet can also be expensive. Typical pet insurance for a dog can cost between $30 and $150 a month, for a cat between $10- and $50 a month. And Bodnar said you'll ...

Published:  Fri, 18 May 2018 20:11:00 GMT

Trupanion Recommends National Disaster Preparedness with Your Pet in Mind

The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Seattle, WA.Trupanion policies are issued, in the United States, by its wholly-owned insurance entity American Pet Insurance Company and, in Canada, by Omega General Insurance Company. For more ...

Published:  Wed, 09 May 2018 16:16:00 GMT

What having cancer and no insurance taught me about our failing health care system

After gathering documents, I registered on Maria's health insurance plan and was soon able to begin chemotherapy. Aside from periodic nausea and vomiting and near constant fatigue, the treatment worked. According to my most recent CT/PET scan ...

Published:  Fri, 18 May 2018 12:49:00 GMT

ASK A VET: BCSO Animal Care Center's Dr. Robert Edwards Talks About Pet Insurance

ABOVE VIDEO: Brevard County Sheriff's Office latest episode of "˜Ask a Vet' features Dr. Robert Edwards, DVM, of the BCSO Animal Care Center as he discusses whether pet insurance is worth ... was stationed in Washington D.C. Dr. Edwards relocated ...

Published:  Sun, 13 May 2018 21:13:00 GMT

Considering pet insurance Here are the questions you should be asking

Like all insurance, you're gambling with whether you'll use pet insurance or not. But before you buy in, make sure you consider the following from the Washington Office of the Insurance Commissioner: What's covered and not covered under pet insurance ...

Published:  Mon, 14 May 2018 18:41:00 GMT

Could pay-per-mile insurance save you big bucks

Looking for a new way to save money on your auto insurance If you live in a metro area and don ... Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington. You can join the wait-list to be notified when it becomes available in your state. Your mileage is monitored ...

Published:  Thu, 10 May 2018 17:52:00 GMT

RACQ looks to pet insurance in WA, trying to diversify revenues as car-work faces pressure

RACQ is selling its first finance product interstate, with a pet-insurance offering its latest attempt to boost revenues from different sources. The pet insurance will be sold in Western Australia via fellow Peth-based automotive club RAC. Pet insurance is ...

Published:  Mon, 03 Jul 2017 00:22:00 GMT

Pet insurance company fined for violating state laws

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Washington state's Insurance Commissioner has fined a pet insurance company $150,000 for violating state laws. Commissioner Mike Kreidler says his agency issued fines in July against American Pet Insurance, which goes under the name ...

Published:  Wed, 10 Aug 2016 16:59:00 GMT

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