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Are you planning to travel with your pet this summer? Did you know with PetFirst pet insurance, you can see any licensed veterinarian anywhere in the United States? If you’re traveling with your furry companion, you can rest assured knowing your pet is covered in case of unexpected accidents and illnesses. Of course, we want to prevent any of these situations, so read on forsomegreat pet travel tips!
As you get ready to hit the road, it’s important to make sure your pet has everything they need to feel comfortable during the trip. The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) has great tips for safe pet travel, so you and your pet can kick back, relax and enjoy your well-deserved vacation!
The AVMA has been making sure our pets get the best care for over 150 years. Visit www.avma.org for more tips and information on keeping your pet happy and healthy!
Don’t forget pet insurance! Just as we insure our cars in case the unexpected occurs during trips, we want to make sure that our canine and feline counterparts are protected as well. New environments and surroundings are fun and exciting, but spraining a paw is certainly not! No matter where you’re traveling in the United States, you’ll be able to see a vet without worry of the cost.