Making Decisions Based on Prognosis

10
Out of 10

The great thing about having pet insurance is you can base treatment decisions on condition, rather than cost. Every year that we have had insurance we have "broken even", and held onto it for "one day". Lilo has had claims over the years, small and medium, and they usually add up to approx the same amount as premiums each year. Until this year. Lilo just came home from PAWS in Moscow after having an exploratory spleen/mass removal. This was after weeks of diagnostics, some at WSU (cha-ching). Half an hour after bringing her home, my husband had submitted her claim using his phone's camera. Our reimbursements always come within a couple of days; we live in WA state so they only take a day to get here in the mail. Lilo's prognosis is excellent, and her insurance has already "paid" for itself x3 this winter. I tell all of my friends about Healthy Paws.

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Injury/illness
splenic mass
Claim Amount
Over $1000
Breed

Australian Cattle Dog

Age of Pet
Over 8 years

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