The ability to share our home with our fur family is one of the great joys in life, they offer us love and loyalty, companionship and protection. We would not want any thing to ever happen to them
After hearing about a very Sad story about one of our past Shorkie puppies that had a genetic flaw. We have decided to give future puppy parents information about pet insurance and each baby come with with it. We recommend that you keep your baby on the puppy insurance that we have started on them.
Our fur family is just like one of our kids. We wouldn't dream of going without insurance for us or our child. But what happens when a beloved fur child suddenly gets ill or has some kind of accident?
Veterinary bills can add up and put a financial burden on the household. Having pet insurance ensure that our fur family will receive the best care available should an emergency arise. So please take a moment and look into it.
Pet Insurance is very similar to human health insurance which offers a range of programs tailored to suit the needs of domestic pets. While pet insurance remains a relatively underdeveloped product in North America, with less than 1% of all pets being insured, European levels of insured pets range from 12% to 50%.
Advances in the field of animal medicine have been exponential in past decades allowing veterinarians to successfully treat conditions that were previously considered untreatable. However with these advances comes an escalating cost of veterinary care. It is estimated that North American pet guardians now spend over $10 billion a year on healthcare for their pets.
One in three pets will need emergency veterinary treatment every year.