Should My Indoor Cat Have Pet Insurance?
There’s no doubt outdoor cats have a higher potential for…
Luckily, proper training can usually eliminate or minimize your dog’s unwanted chewing behaviors. If your dog does swallow something, make sure to call your vet and he/she will help you assess the seriousness of the situation and whether or not you should take action to have the object removed.
For those dogs, or cats, with a propensity for eating odd objects, pet insurance can be a smart choice.
“We see some expensive vet bills for very odd objects that pet’s consume,” said Lawrence. “We’ve had claims for pets that have eaten razor blades, sewing needles, rocks, feminine products, underwear and more.”
Pet insurance can help with costly vet bills, like foreign body ingestions. Learn more about pet insurance at www.petfirst.com.
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