Hi, my name is Jack and my doggos name is Jessi...
She's a golden retriever and I'm thinking of putting her on insurance. I just wanted to ask some first-hand experience on Prudent vs Nationwide?
Would really love some pros and cons about each. Jessi is about 10 years old, in great health, and...
I hope I am doing this right? I look forward to talking with many of you. I would love lots of feedback on dog training, pet insurance which I just got threw the AKC, and I feel it is a joke, and will be canceling it. If I understood it correctly as many of these things go over...
We are getting a puppy! I am so excited!
I was wondering if there is a thread or a site that compares pet medical insurance plans?
I did a search but I must not be very good at it - didn't see a thread on it.
Healthy Paws (lowest but fixed at 70%) the rest have 90% and are very similar, only the price changes. TruPanion, PetPlan, NationWide (doesn't cover wobbler syndrome), & Embrace.
I have a senior yorkie with Hypothyroid, Spayed, and Dermatophyte.
She's had mammary tumor surgery in the past.
As i was scouring petfinder an add on their website came up on screen, Pet Finder Pet Insurance. I have heard of pet insurance before but never really looked into it. I'm hoping this thread will open some new thoughts about pet insurance and maybe even story telling!
If anyone has...
I used to be one of those people who swore up and down that they would never buy pet insurance... that if the company wasn't making money, they wouldn't sell it. Today, I can safely say that I will never have another dog without buying it.
After my parents' previous dog passed away from acute...
I am debating buying pet insurance and wanted to know if any of you had experience with it or had any thoughts? I read a compelling article on Wagstreet and think its a good idea.
Which company is best for people with pets who have per-existing conditions and which is best for those without? Do they pay 100% of the bill or only a portion of it? Which plans are best(is it smarter to get the more expensive one that covers $20,000 or the one that covers $5,000; is it normal...