Excellent insurance for your pet.

Out of 10

Before I get to Scout's story, I have to quickly mention my cat Chelsea, who passed away in 2006. I had her for 18 years and not pet insurance for her. She suffered many ailments including cancer and hyperthyroidism. She has several surgeries and chemo treatments to treat the cancer and radioactive iodine treatments to cure the hyperthyroidism. Needless to say, taking care of her illnesses cost me a fortune. A few months after she passed away, I got my puppy, Scout, a beautiful, energetic, yellow Labrador retriever. The first thing I did was look into pet insurance. I did my research. Checking all the different insurance companies that were available to me. I came across the ASPCA insurance. The first thing that impressed me was that it was the ASPCA, an organization that I have the utmost respect for and I have supported them for years. I went over the different plans and what would work best for me. I chose the Advantage plan and the premium is extremely reasonable. Within Scout's first 2 years, and many visits to the dog park, she suffered many injuries by playing with the other dogs, In those first 2 years, the insurance paid for itself. Thank goodness, I got it. More recently, in July of 2010, she suffered an injury to her knee and needed to have TTA surgery to repair a ligament. This is a very expensive surgery, costly about $5000. But I had no choice, Scout is like a child to me and I would do anything for her. With the ASPCA pet insurance, it ended

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Torn CCA ligament
Claim Amount
Over $1000

Labrador Retriever

Age of Pet
1 - 8

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