Doggie Pet Insurance: Is it Life Saving or a Rip Off?

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When you adopt or purchase a doggie there's a lot of responsibilities you may not be aware of. In fact, when I purchased my Morkie I had no idea that she would have to have eye surgery for more than $4,000 dollars when she was only 6-months-old and that I would have to go back to the vet repeatedly for other health concerns.

Today she is healthy and is doing well and her eye surgery was a fluke thing that doesn't happen to many dogs (she had an eyelash that was growing into her eye, poor thing), but it taught me a valuable lesson. It doesn't matter how old your dog is, pet insurance can help you out when you really need it. And at the time I didn't have health insurance. Today I do.

For those of us who have a lot of savings, having doggie insurance may not be a concern. However, even if you have a lot of savings pet insurance may be something you still may want to consider. A surgery for your furry best friend can cost a lot of money and if there are complications the cost is only to go up.

It's important to weigh your options before investing in doggie health insurance and also doing your research as to what company you want to invest in for you and your doggie.

After the break learn more about dog health insurance. Weighing your options will help you decide as to whether it's a good decision for you or not. 

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