Friday, April 17, 2009
I know. Silly huh?
Who would have thought we'd come to a time that medical costs for our pets would become so high that it would be necessary to have pet insurance.
Most people, when they hear there is such a thing as pet insurance, still have a little chuckle.
But the reality is, money is getting tight for most Americans. If something happened to your dog or cat, most people are faced with two choices, take on substantial debt to pay for the medical cost necessary to save the pets life, or two have the pet put to sleep. Heartbreaking. Especially when pet insurance starts as low as $19/month.
If you love your pets. If the idea of putting him or her to sleep if they developed a curable, but expensive, condition is unthinkable and unacceptable. If you think pets are people too...
Then you should check out Pet's Best. The owner of the company founded the pet insurance industry back in the 70's. He was a Veterinarian and he was tired of putting down a family's pet because they could not afford medical treatment.
Call, 1-866-929-3807, ask for Andy. He's been with the company for a while and really knows his stuff, not to mention all the awards he gets for his customer service... Or you can get an online quote here.
Once your pet has already gotten sick, it's usually to late to insure them.
Yeah, it's my sales pitch for the day. Why am I bothering?
Well first off, Andy's my husband.
Secondly, I've had several friends who had to put their pets down recently, and all I could think is, "my husband sells pet insurance... I wish I would have told them about it earlier... but I didn't because it sounded like a sale pitch." And after they have already lost their dog, or have told me their dog is sick and they are going to have to put him down, it would be incredibly insensitive for me to say, "Well, it's too bad you didn't have pet insurance!"... not to mention it would already be to late for pet insurance to help.
So, if you refer to your pet as your "babies"...
If you're pet is a pure breed that cost a pretty penny and you'd like protect your investment....
If you think it's inhumane to put down your pet if he develops something like a Ligament tear ($2600)... pancreatitis ($3200)... or cancer ($2500+)... etc..
At least look into Pet's best. (Oh, and make sure you ask for Andy, or put his name in the Promo code box on the online quote tool. He really is the best.)
Posted by Camille at 9:02 AM