Help with pet insurance!!?

How much would pet insurance be monthly..?? I'm thinkn about getting it for my dog.. Hes a Keeshound but only 7 weeks old right now.. Is it expensive.? Or just a waste of money..??

Asked By: - 3/8/2011
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The cost of pet insurance varies depending on which plan and which provider you choose. It is the least expensive to enroll while they are puppies, so good job for considering it early... More
Answered By: - 3/8/2011
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usually pet insurance is cheaper when the dog is young. it is probably around 15 bucks a month, all the way until it dies. if you get insurance for the dog at 6 years old, it'll probably boost up to 50 bucks a month all the way until it dies. the younger the dog, the cheaper it is, the older the dog, the more expensive... More
Answered By: tracy t - 3/8/2011
Here are some sites that can help you decide and explain the rates and what is covered. Normally most dog owners choose VIP which is a very good insurance plans and most vets like it.
Answered By: Cookie The First One - 3/8/2011
Any kind of insurance is for peace of mind... More
Answered By: Lorraine - 3/8/2011
If your dog is a pedigree you should take out pet insurance, go on line and get quotes, if you live in G Britain try Churchill, any pedigree dog has their own problems and it can be costly in vet fees.
Answered By: Elaine J - 3/8/2011
If you plan on keeping your pet as a member of the family it's got to be well worth it. Veterinarians are just about the same in pricing as human clinics. You must pay for the initial visit then the exam or testing (whatever may be the case) then treatment and we all know how expensive medicine can be. I had an... More
Answered By: Geraldine - 3/8/2011
This is really a decision only you can make. Over the years, when we ran numbers, insuring them wasn't an option (too costly!) and we have been lucky in not having huge disasters on a regular basis, and when we did hit a big bill, a vet who was happy to allow us to stage-pay, knowing we'd pay her before we put food on... More
Answered By: MamaBas - 3/8/2011
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