Money Fix: Do your pets need health insurance?
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October 12, 2014 3:42 PM
By SHERYL NANCE-NASH. Special to Newsday

The question of whether to get health insurance for pets gets mixed responses. In all cases, experts say, its an owners judgment call. (Credit: Stock)

The question of whether to get health insurance for pets gets mixed responses. In all cases, experts say, its an owners judgment call. (Credit: Stock)

Man’s best friend may be his dog, but deciding whether to get health insurance for Fido can be a matter to debate. Is it worth the cost?

David Lee Morea of Manhattan pays $ 35 a month for 90 percent reimbursement and a $ 100 annual deductible. He’s used it for two surgeries on his 16-month-old dog, Chiqui.

“We got insurance fearing that one serious, or not-so-serious vet visit or surgery…

Man’s best friend may be his dog, but deciding whether to get health insurance for Fido can be a matter to debate. Is it worth the cost?

David Lee Morea of Manhattan pays $ 35 a month for 90 percent reimbursement and a $ 100 annual deductible. He’s used it for two surgeries on his 16-month-old dog, Chiqui.

“We got insurance fearing that one serious, or not-so-serious vet visit or surgery wo…………… continues on Newsday

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