For many responsible pet owners, insurance is just one of the many ways of caring for their pet, like feeding, grooming and exercise. But unfortunately despite our best efforts as pet owners, our pets are just as susceptible to illness and injuries as we are, and unfortunately with the advance of veterinary medicine over recent years, the price of treatment has also increased. With an estimated one in three pets making an unexpected visit to the vet each year, it’s probably reasonable to ask – should you consider insuring your pet?
It is important to stress that here at Lamond Vets the priority is to treat your pets whether you are insured or not, and we will always be willing to discuss costs openly and provide full estimates before any treatment is undertaken. We are not, and we never will be affiliated with any insurer, and we do not benefit financially if a client decides to insure their pet.