Today more than ever, pets are considered as a big part of the family and as such they need to be protected. ePetsure.com helps you with the process. A review by Gato Avocado.
A responsible pet parent is the one that gives the animal a safe home, the right food, unconditional love and of course, keeps her healthy. The old assumptions that “Pets don’t last forever” and “It was her time” have been replaced with the much better “Our pet is part of the family and we want him to have a long, healthy life.” To enjoy those long years, your BFF needs health insurance.
Now, before you ask: is this really necessary?, the answer is YES. You can have the healthiest of pets, but even they can develop illnesses along the way. All it takes is that one time. And your wallet will suffer.
It’s no secret that the concept alone makes you shed more than a cat in August – which one’s the right one? what’s covered? how much?!
Chill man, help is here and it is called ePetsure.com. Created by pet owners like you who got tired of navigating the confusing world of pet insurance and their offers in order to choose the right one for their furry friends. It’s not a pet insurance carrier, it’s an information-packed site that educates the guardians in order to make an unbiased decision about their pet’s healthcare. Because while it’s good to ask your vet or another pet parent for guidance, comparing real facts side by side is the best way to decide.
The site collects the basic information of the most popular pet insurance providers and places them in easy to read charts to calm the nervous pet parent. See one you like and wanna know then and there how much it will cost? Click on the “get a quote” button; this will take you to your chosen insurance’s site so you can start the process.
Keep them separated: The “Pet Insurance” section groups together feline or canine specific plans, dividing them into 4 levels, Accident Only, Bronze, Silver and Gold, each with quotes on:
- Illness Covered
- Annual Limit
What does that mean? Insurance terms can give anyone a migraine. Visit ePetsure.com’s Glossary section and learn how to talk the talk in no time. Customer service is also available to answer all your more detailed questions.
It’s not a decision to make in a hurry, but your pet isn’t getting any younger and her vet visits will become more frequent as she ages. Think about it. Learn the facts. Help her be part of your life for many years to come.
Disclosure: I received a fee for writing this review that will keep my belly full for a bit, but my opinion will never be bought.