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Financial Considerations

Meeting the Cost of Care

Our pets provide us with fun, companionship, and unconditional love. In return, we incur the responsibilities that go along with pet ownership, including veterinary care.

The American Animal Hospital Association strongly suggests that all pet owning families assess their financial situation and consider their ability to meet unexpected expenses that may be incurred for veterinary care.

For some families, these expenses may be met through existing savings. Others may be able to use credit card reserves or medical payment cards (See below for further information). Some families should consider budgeting for these expenses and still others may want to consider protecting themselves through pet health insurance policies. 

Financing

Petcard provides financing for veterinary treatments and products, hospital stays, dental work and more. Applying for PetCard is very simple and can be done online.

As the cost of living increases, so does the cost of health care, whether it be human or animal. There are a variety of options that are available to ensure you are prepared for the worst and even yearly wellness exams and dental cleanings.  Below are a list of pet health insurance companies for you to investigate.
 

Pet Health Insurance Options 

As the cost of living increases, so does the cost of health care, whether it be human or animal. There are a variety of options that are available to ensure you are prepared for the accidents and illness,  as well as yearly wellness vaccines and exams and dental cleanings.  Below are a list of pet health insurance companies for you to investigate.

PetSecure
1-800-268-1169
Pets + Us
1-844-589-1672
Trupanion
1-855-828-1414