We all want to protect our pets, however some things we can’t protect them from therefore it a good idea to make sure they are insured just in case something were to happen to them. It may seem like a costly added expensive, but there are many reasonable pet insurance providers available. It also gives you peace of mind knowing that your dog is covered.However it is not always that simply, as I know myself it can be very hard to try and find the right insurance for your dog. An insurance that is good value for money but also is an insurance that you can rely on if trouble calls.
Pet Insurance is a growing market and there are always more and more pet insurance providers popping up but it is important to read the terms and conditions of the insurance provider thoroughly before joining. Some insurance providers with only insure your dog for a limited time period whilst others with insure your dog for life. Many will get you in the door with great joining up gimmicks but are not willing to pay out for your pet when needed. So it is important to find the right one to suit your dog and there potential future health requirements.
One site that I highly recommend is Shield My Pet, they offer reviews on many of the available pet insurance providers on the market. This includes unbiased reviews on many of the top pet insurers available, so you can make a better informative decision beforehand. This is definitely worth looking at before signing up with an insurance provider as they are always updating their site with reviews on new pet insurers.
They also offer some helpful information on what they believe are the top three best insurance providers on the market to go with. One of these pet insurers currently is PetPlan, this is who we are with now and really wish we had been with these from the start. In addition they offer some useful guides on pet insurance and further detail on how pet insurance is worked out, so I highly recommend reading these if you have new dog and are new to pet insurance.
Whichever pet insurance provider you decide to use remember to fully read their policy to make sure it is right for you and your dog.