I'm a Registered Veterinary Technician in Ohio. I've been in the profession for over 20 years now. As my dog was getting older (6 years old, large mixed breed) I decided to add pet insurance to the monthly budget because I know as dogs age many problems can arise that can be sometimes unaffordable to most. I've seen many pets euthanized as a result of clients not being able to afford the cost of care and I didn't want to be in that position with my special dog. Recently my dog Mason had his annual exam and it was discovered that he had a mass under his tongue. So we scheduled a surgery to have the mass removed and biopsied. I elected to have pre-anesthetic lab work and his his teeth cleaned at the same time. Pet Plan paid Mason's entire bill - lab work included - minus our $50 deductible. I was shocked to see that they paid for his pre lab work as that was an option that I chose and expected to pay for out of pocket. The claim process is simple and I had my reimbursement check in hand in just under 2 weeks. The results of the biopsy were somewhat inconclusive but oncologists have recommended to monitor the area of this mass every 3-6 months for any reoccurance. I am confident that Pet Plan will be there for us through this entire journey with Mason and I can rest assured that any vet bills that I have will be fully reimbursed so that I can continue to give my best friend all the care that he needs!
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