Pet insurance company announces top veterinarian contest finalists

My Vet's the Best contest

Pets Best has opened up online voting for customers to make their choices. The finalists for the My Vet’s the Best Contest have now been named by pet insurance company, Pets Best, after these animal doctors had been nominated by clients of the insurer for their exceptional care and service. Finalists were recognized for going above and beyond for the care of the animals. Among the veterinarians named within the top six by the pet insurance company are: • Dr. Richard Chu, from San Francisco, CA, at Pets Unlimited •…

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Pet insurance coverage is worth the cost

Many pet owners struggle with the decision as to whether or not pet insurance coverage will be a good investment to protect their finances and ensure that their pets will obtain the veterinary care they require for the best quality of life. Unfortunately, a large number of Americans are already finding it challenging to be able to afford their own health insurance. This makes the decision even more of a struggle. Currently, there are almost one million North American pets covered by pet insurance. This may sound like a lot,…

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Petplan pet insurance identifies most common veterinary health conditions from 2011

The leading animal coverage provider in the United States, Petplan pet insurance, has revealed the results of its data from 2011, showing the top 10 most common health conditions in dogs and cats. Though some of the conditions, such as diarrhea and vomiting, were to be expected, there were a few surprised about what made it into last year’s most common illness list. According to the claims data received by Petplan last year, the following are the top ten conditions reported: 10 – Periodontal disease 9 – Urinary tract infections…

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Hartville Group launches new plans for expanded pet insurance coverage

The Hartville Group, Inc., when considered with Petsmarketing Insurance.com Agency, Inc., its subsidiary, is among the oldest and the biggest insurers of pets in the United States, and it has just revealed that it will be expanding the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) Pet Health Insurance coverage. It will now be providing its policyholders with a 90 percent reimbursement for veterinary costs and for congenital and hereditary conditions that are included in its coverage, and it will offer higher limits per incident, among other improvements.…

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Petplan Pet Insurance releases the names of the veterinarians on the short list for its annual award

The top rated pet insurance in the United States, Petplan Pet Insurance, has released the names of the veterinarians on the short list for its 2012 “Vet of the Year Award”, narrowing the list down from the original 2,000 nominations that had been received by the insurer from across the country late last year. The names on the list include: • Dr. Matt Hennessey, Houston, TX – Jersey Village Animal Hospital • Dr. William Latter, Lakeland, FL – All Creatures Animal Clinic • Dr. Gary Richter, Oakland, CA – Montclair…

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Online Insurance Marketplace releases outcome of pet insurance survey

Leading life insurance website for covering individuals with life insurance without a medical exam, the Online Insurance Marketplace, has released the results of a survey that it held to determine how many life insurance customers also insure their pets, called “Do You Have Pet Insurance?” What they found is that sixty percent of the people who took part in the poll and who were asked the questions about pet insurance totalled to, 60 percent answering “yes”. This is not the first of this type of research that has been performed…

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Trupanion pet insurance provides first product for nutritional supplement and therapeutic pet food coverage

The fastest growing and second largest pet insurer in the country, Trupanion, has announced that it is now offering coverage to pet owners for nutritional supplements and therapeutic pet foods that are designed to improve their pets’ health. This step makes the insurance company the first one to offer coverage for the use of these therapeutic and preventive efforts for pets when they are available exclusively through veterinary clinics and hospitals. These additional benefits will now be a part of the core coverage provided by the policies and are available…

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