Pet wellness insurance can give you peace of mind when it comes to preventative care for your pet. Learn how it works.
How much is a vet visit for a cat without insurance? A wellness exam costs $50-$250 on average, but emergency vet visits can be significantly higher. Learn more.
Pet insurance is a healthcare policy for your pet that can pay up to 90% of your pet’s healthcare costs, including injuries and wellness visits.
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Pet insurance costs anywhere between $10 and $50 a month, depending on a variety of factors, including your pet, its age, its health, and the level of coverage you pick.