Times are changing rapidly. Do you agree? And so does the medical Dog care. Right? At this times MRI scans and the chemotherapy for cancer are widely available. Even when there are almost no waiting lists, there is a catch. Its the price tag.
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Even while charities like the Blue Cross make sure essential veterinary care is available, for special treatments one has to pay additional money or the Dog Health Insurance covers the treatments.
And you probably agree, the Dog Health Insurance option is appealing. While you pay a small monthly fee at times when your dog is still healthy and should a illness or an accident strike, you are covered by the insurance.
How can pet insurance complications be avoided?
Yes, there are many possible complications. Sometimes the insurer does not want to pay the full ammount for various reasons. They could decline because the illness has been before the insurance was installed or the condition is not covered by the insurance.
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Not all pet insurance complications can be avoided.
A reader, Michelle, wrote to me recently with a sad story: “My older dog recently turned eight. Last year, I insured her for €127 a year. This year, even though I haven’t made any claims, the same policy is €295. No other insurers will accept me now as the cut-off age for new policies is eight years.”
Michelle is furious. She feels the company can now charge any amount it feels like.
Her policy has more than doubled in a year, so will the same happen next year?
To read the comprehensive article written by Peter Wedderburn, go to: www.independent.ie/opinion/