We love our furry friends, and they are important members of the family. Caring for a pet is a responsibility – one that brings huge rewards. We want our pets to have the best care and to have access to a vet that will treat any illness, injury, or condition, as well as keep all vaccinations up-to-date. Pet insurance gives owners the confidence to know that their cat or dog will get the treatment they need, when they need it, no matter what happens.
A pet insurance policy will vary in what it provides. Some policies cover almost every eventuality, including accidents, illnesses, hereditary conditions, congenital conditions, chronic conditions, cancers, and the cost of diagnosing a condition. What does your dog or cat need? We never know what life will bring, and the costs of X-rays, blood tests, ultrasounds, surgeries, and emergency care can quickly add up to thousands of dollars – or even more. Your pet insurance policy protects your financial health and makes it possible to have your pet treated if he or she needs help.
We can’t watch our pets every second of the day, and on occasion, they may get into trouble or distress. A puppy or older dog that swallows a toy, a cat who gets involved in a fight, or a pet who gets hit by a vehicle and suffers an injury each mean a trip to the vet – often with astronomical bills. Your pet insurance policy covers most health issues for cats or dogs and gives you the security of knowing that you can seek veterinarian treatment without worrying about finances.
At Coyle Insurance in Toledo, Ohio, we are pet owners ourselves, and we know you want the best for your cat or dog. If you are interested in the options available for pet insurance, we invite you to talk to one of our friendly, local agents. We care about our friends and neighbors in the Toledo community – and their pets, too. Call us today for help!
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