Pet medication costs are increasing day by day since treatment goes beyond deworming and rabies shots.
Some veterinarians specialize in specific areas such as ophthalmology, oncology, dentistry and even dietary fields. Surgeries can run up into thousands of dollars. Purchasing pet insurance helps defray medical bills. Pet insurance typically provides for routine prevention including annual physical exams, vaccinations, spaying or neutering, flea control prescriptions and teeth cleaning. Policies cover a portion of costs for surgeries, hospitalization, removal of foreign objects, x-rays and scans, chemotherapy and other follow-up medications.
You may Contact Veterinary Pet Insurance Company by going online to petinsurance.com or calling (800) 872-7387.