I have 5 pets - 2 cats and 3 dogs. I purchased Healthy Paws approximately 2-3 years ago on all 5. I'm so glad I did!
Since purchasing Healthy Paws, one of my cats has developed diabetes and must have two insulin injections per day. In addition, she has to go to the vet frequently for glucose checks to ensure the dosage is keeping her glucose levels where they need to be. She's also had a couple of urinary tract infections, which seem to be related to the diabets. All of these issues have been very expensive over time. I estimate that in the past year, her vet bills have been somewhere between $1,000 to $1,500. Her insulin alone is $135 per bottle. Fortunately, I have Healthy Paws and they have reimbursed claims quickly and reliably.
In addition to the above issues with the cat, one of my dogs had to have sugery three weeks ago for removal of bladder stones. Initially, she was treated for a urinary tract infection, but after approximnately one week, it became apparent that she was not getting better. The vet then did x-rays to determine if she had bladder stones, and unfortunately, she did. With her pre-surgery treatment, the surgery and meds, the vet bills were close to $2,000. Again, I feel fortunate that I have Healthy Paws and they reimbursed on her claims promptly.
I am a single person, and like so many others, I'm just making a living, but certainly not getting rich. I could not bare the thought of putting down a beloved pet because of a lack of money. I would