What You Need To Know About Pet Wellness Plans
News from San Francisco Chronicle:

You’ve just received an unexpectedly large veterinary bill, or maybe an animal has somehow found its way into your life. To ensure your pet’s health, you need to budget for its care. Pet insurance is one of the shrewdest investments you can make.

Pets are so loyal and so low-maintenance that it’s easy to forget how fragile and mortal even the strongest pets can be. Just ask the conscientious Rottweiler owner who walks her dog daily, feeds him the right food, treats him with care and kindness, and wakes up one day to find a sluggish 8-year-old companion whom subsequent tests detect is suffering from cancer. She’s now faced with the prospect of amputating his leg before the cancer spreads to more vital parts of his body. It’s an awful proposal to consider.

Invest in a Wellness Plan
A wellness plan – which is really just a frequent-buyer program – saves money on the treatments a conscientious pet owner would buy anyway. There’s a nominal sign-up fee, then $ 20-25 monthly premium (depending on whether your pet is a dog or a cat, and whether it’s older than six months when you enroll it.) For that you get discounted exam…………… continues on San Francisco Chronicle

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