General insurance protects you and your assets from the financial risk of something going wrong.
It can’t stop something happening, but if something unexpected does happen that is covered by your policy it means you won’t have to pay the full cost of a loss.
Cats and dogs are an important part of our families. Today, pets are part of 68 percent of U.S. households – that’s nearly 85 million homes.1 Pet health insurance is an important tool to make sure that we can properly care for our four-legged family members.
“One in every three pets requires unexpected veterinary care each year, but the good news is we can do more for our pets now than ever thanks to medical advancements,” said Dr. Linda Lord, DVM, MS, PhD.2 “As a veterinarian and pet owner, I recommend that everyone seriously consider insurance, because there are plans available that may fit your personal needs and budget.”