ASPCA Pet Health Insurance
The ASPCA, or the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, provides health insurance benefits to cover costly veterinary visits for pets. Pay a small monthly premium to obtain pet health insurance with information from a financial adviser and insurance broker in this free video on pet insurance.
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This is John Pinelli, financial representative, talking to you today about ASPCA pet insurance. The ASPCA -- the American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals -- offer some pet insurance for people who have pets. These can be cats, dogs -- basically, any type of pet. Some kind of birds are even covered as well. And now what this would do is it would provide benefits for costly medical bills that can arise out of having your dog get sick, your cat get cancer, et cetera. It can...it can pay for a lot of these qualified expenses -- very expensive veterinary bills. Now, this type of insurance can typically be obtained very easily and fairly affordably, too. Oftentimes, your pet will just have to provide some sort of...you'll just have to provide some sort of history for your pet that they haven't had a ton of previous medical conditions. And then beyond those records, there isn't really too much that you will need to provide. The monthly premiums can typically range from, you know, 10 to 30 dollars a month at the very most. And that's fairly affordable, considering that some major medical problems to pets can cost upwards of two, three, four thousand dollars. So it's a great way to protect you, protect your pet, and provide for the pet that you consider to be like your family. So this has been John Pinelli, financial representative, talking to you today about ASPCA health insurance for pets.