Pet insurance is not a luxury but a MUST HAVE

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Out of 10

When You first get your furry friend, the first thing a pet owner MUST DO is take your healthy pet to the vet and have your companion examined to rule out any pre-existing condition (s). Most Pet insurance companies do not require an initial exam and this is where pet owners get stumped.
Once your pet has been given a clean bill of health, pet first insurance is the easiest and straightforward pet insurance to follow and understand.

Before leaving your vet's office, make sure that your vet has given You all of the necessary documents in order for pet first to process your claim. If you are missing a document or a signature from your vet, snail mail or fax the additional information to pet first and call pet first to verify that they have received the additional information required to process your claim. Request that the customer service agent send you an email stating that they've received all of the documents to process your claim. You shouldn't have any problems getting reimbursed in a timely manner if you follow the outline that I've just given you.

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Injury/illness

Enteritis/diarrhea

Claim Amount
$100 - $500
Breed

Mixed Breed

Age of Pet
Over 8 years

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