What Do I Need To Know About Pet Insurance?

Definition of "What do I need to know about Pet Insurance?"

Jennifer Patterson real estate agent

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Keller Williams Elite Realty

If you own a pet, i'm sure you've been in a situation where the vet bills have been much higher than expected. If this has happened to you more than once, then you should consider insuring your pet to help control the expense. Below is an estimate of what you might have to pay for some pet related injuries- Infection: $100 - $1,500 Broken Bones: $1,000 - $3,000 Car Accident: $0 - $4,000 Cancer: $500 - $4,000 Possible Discounts- Multiple Pet Discount Based on Breed of Animal- some animals have lower rates then others Based on Location- some areas of the country are higher risk than others. You might be able to receive a discount because your location either Urban/Rural or by State.

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