If your dog already has a diagnosed health issue, this is considered a pre-existing condition and, unfortunately, is not currently covered by any major health insurance provider. Even if your dog does not have a pre-existing condition, you should read through the available policies carefully, because some insurers will not continue to provide coverage if your dog develops a condition and the policy lapses.
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Wow. Choosing pet insurance seems to be as complicated as choosing your own medical insurance! Fortunately, the article and chart help navigate what can be a confusing and overwhelming decision. My sister has pet insurance for her dog and it has saved her a considerable amount of money as the poor dog is not the healthiest of creatures. I’m not certain what plan she has, but I know she is very happy to have the insurance. Her dog is only 8 years old, but has torn ligaments in both of her hind legs, been bitten by a poisonous snake twice, had a pre-cancerous tumor removed, suffers from persistent skin allergies and arthritis, and just last month, broke her front paw and had to have a cast put on!
I think I’m safe in saying that pet insurance has been a godsend for my sister!
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I didn’t know there was this many different options for pet insurance. I’m also surprised that Nationwide has such poor customer reviews as they are one of the better rated auto insurance companies. I usually choose mutts for my dogs for a variety of reasons. Personally I think your #1 recommendation (Healthy Paws) or Embrace are the best options for my situation.
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