What is pet insurance? Basically, it’s health insurance that covers your pets. The most commonly covered pets are cats and dogs. While 67% of households in the US have pets, only one percent of those households have their pets insured.1 While there can be limitations to pet insurance, signing up for coverage before your pet reaches senior age can be beneficial in the long run. Even when your pet is young—around 1-3 years old—having insurance can be great in case of emergency medical situations.
Finding pet insurance can be difficult because there are so many options out there. Rather than looking into individual companies, knowing what you are looking for out of your coverage is the best place to start.
When it comes to finding your ideal pet insurance coverage, it is important to focus on what you expect to get out of it.
Once you have answers to those questions you can narrow down your options much faster. Sometimes easier isn’t always best, so putting in the effort to make sure that you are getting the coverage you need is going to save you strife in the future.
ImpriMed is here to help whether you have pet insurance or not. By simplifying the treatment process for dogs with lymphoma, ImpriMed can help pet parents save some stress, time, and money on their pet’s long-term treatment plan.
ImpriMed uses state-of-the-art labs to perform tests on your dog’s live cancer cells, some of which may be reimbursed by your pet insurance. These tests help to properly diagnose your dog’s cells, as well as help find the best treatment plan by testing the cells against different combinations and concentrations of chemotherapy drugs to develop a Personalized Prediction Profile.
The Prediction Profile is designed to help you and your doctor save time and money by giving the best possible treatment to your pet first, without the need for expensive and time-consuming trial and error.