Just like their owners, pets get sick sometimes. It’s important for pet lovers to be knowledgeable about common health issues that can possibly affect their furry friends. Learn about the 5 most common pet-related health problems below.
As a dog owner who considers our dog to be a member of the family, I can understand how taxpayers might ask whether they can claim annual expenses for pets as a tax deduction on their 2021 taxes.
Weigh the options and understand what you're paying for when you look for a great pet insurance provider to save you money and keep your pet healthy.
The cost of pet ownership, while worth it, can add up. Read some tips for keeping your forever friend affordable. Consider adoption, spay or neuter, and prioritize the best health care early on.
With fewer visitors and more animals being surrendered, animal shelters are overflowing with four-legged friends for you to let into your hearts and home. Visit your local shelter and see if there is a fuzzy pet pal that wants to come home with you today.
Having a pet is a huge commitment, and part of that commitment is a promise to always take care of your pet no matter what comes up. That means: regular health and wellness visits, grooming, dental hygiene, diseases that come from aging, and medical emergencies that come from living an active life.
Pet insurance works like medical, auto, or home insurance, protecting you from financial loss when your cat or dog is sick or injured. The question is, is it really worth the cost? How much money does pet insurance save you? Compare prices and know for sure if pet insurance is worth it for your pet.
Ever noticed how the pet insurance industry revolves almost entirely around coverage for cats and dogs? It’s true that cats and dogs are the most common type of pet in America. But there are also 13 million US households with birds, reptiles, or other exotic pets–and these animals need pet insurance too.