Why I Chose Fetch Pet Insurance


If you’ve ever had to take care of an ill or injured pet, you know just how expensive it can be. That’s why I always recommend that my clients consider buying pet insurance before their furry best friend gets sick or injured. This article will explain the ins and outs of what it means to have pet insurance and why it’s worth considering for your pooch!

What is pet insurance?

Pet insurance is a type of insurance that covers your pet if they get sick or injured. It can cover any medical expenses, lost wages, lost income and even time from work. The best part about pet insurance is that you don’t need to pay anything out of pocket for the first month (and sometimes even longer) because it’s included in your monthly premium!

Pet owners who want peace of mind when it comes to their furry friends know exactly what they need: comprehensive coverage that protects against both serious illness and accidents. But here are some things you should know before signing up:

Why do I need pet insurance?

  • Pet insurance is a great way to cover the cost of vet bills, lost pets and even stolen pets.
  • It’s also a good idea to have pet insurance if you ever lose your passport or dog collar or leash.

How much does pet insurance cost?

The cost of pet insurance varies depending on the policy you choose. How much you pay will also depend on the type of policy you select, including whether or not it covers flea infestations and other parasites (some policies only cover certain types).

If you’re looking for a free quote online, there’s no need to contact an agent—you can get one at any time by visiting our website. If instead, want to speak with someone about what kind of coverage is right for your pet and how much it’ll cost? You’re in luck: we offer free consultations so that we can help make sure that both parties are satisfied with their decision!

What is covered by pet insurance?

Pet insurance covers medical bills, as well as reimbursement of veterinary bills. You can also get coverage for treatment of injuries, diseases, parasites and dental problems. If your pet has behavioral issues or weight loss issues that require medical attention, you will be covered by this policy.

Who can claim on a pet’s policy?

  • The pet owner, if the pet is covered under their policy.
  • The family members of the pet owner, if the policy covers them. (If you’re considering buying a new pet insurance policy for your dog and want to know what happens if you die before your dog does, this is why.)
  • Friends of the family members who live with them and share expenses with them (e.g., roommates).
  • Employees at or tenants in close proximity to where your furry friend lives—but only if they are within 50 miles of where you live! Remember: If someone else’s animal becomes injured while roaming free outside its designated territory because they feel like it’s too cold out there today but not tomorrow morning when things warm up again…well…that’s still going on right now even though it wasn’t yesterday morning either! There will be no refunds here either as long as everything goes smoothly; therefore we recommend that all parties involved reach out directly via email rather than calling into our office at random times throughout each day until someone answers our phoneside line so we can tell them exactly what needs doing first thing tomorrow morning before heading home around noon sharp.”

Can you cancel your pet insurance policy?

You can cancel your pet insurance policy at any time. If you move, you’ll need to take out a new policy and contact the insurance company again.

If you get a new dog or cat, simply tell us that they’re going to join your family—we’ll send a reminder of their birthday! We’ll also send reminders if they turn 1 year old (except for senior cats).

Being married or moving into an apartment with roommates means that we can’t automatically add these people into your existing policy anymore—but don’t worry! It’s easy for us to add them as members of our network once they’ve applied online through our website: www.fetchinsuranceagency.com

Pet insurance covers your furry best friend if they get sick or injured.

Pet insurance covers your furry best friend if they get sick or injured. It can also cover their vet bills, medications, injuries and lost wages if you’re unable to work due to an accident or illness.

  • Cover for Vet Bills: Pet insurance will help cover some of the expenses that come with being a pet owner by covering things like routine visits and checkups at the vet—and even emergency boarding costs if you have to leave your pet in someone else’s care (like when someone has stepped over a boundary line).
  • Cover for Medication: If your pet needs medication for an injury or illness that would cost more than their annual deductible amount (the amount it would take before they’re covered), then this is another benefit included in most policies!
  • Injury & Illness Coverage: Policies often include coverage for dog bites as well as other types of illnesses like cancer or heart problems; however some companies offer additional benefits related specifically towards certain conditions such as hip dysplasia (which causes lameness).

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