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Prevention with Pet Insurance

by PetFirst Pet Insurance
2 years ago

Accidents and illnesses aren’t always predictable, but routine prevention can be planned.  

Certain illnesses such as lyme disease, rabies, parvo, kennel cough, and periodontal disease can be prevented with regular treatment. One of the most common diseases in dogs is periodontal disease which can be prevented and treated with routine teeth cleaning and early detection. Additionally, some accidents can be prevented with behavior training.

According to the American Pet Products Association, pet parents spend an average of $235 (for dogs) and $196 (for cats) for routine wellness care each year. To offset these regularly incurred costs, PetFirst offers three different routine care options that you can add onto your coverage. 

PetFirst can help cover the costs for various routine treatments to help prevent illnesses and accidents with your dog and cat including:

  • Routine examinations like annual vet exam, routine tests or screens 
  • Vaccines 
  • Teeth cleaning or polishing 
  • Microchipping 
  • Preventive treatment for parasites, such as fleas & heartworms 
  • Spaying and neutering 
  • Behavior training 

A routine care can be easily added on to our Pet Insurance Plans. Health care for animals can be very costly, but with pet insurance from PetFirst, the costs associated with many treatments can be covered.  Get a quote today and add a routine wellness package to proactively protect your pet with regular preventative treatment. 

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