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Insurance & Finance Options

Emergencies are unexpected and sometimes costly.  The following are some options for your peace of mind:

Petcard (Credit Card) – “Petcard offers a simple and affordable way to finance the treatment or product your pet needs, and it allows you to get it without delay. The ideal alternative to writing a cheque. Petcard’s veterinary financing programs ensure that you don’t delay the treatment your pet needs due to cost concerns by offering you a variety of financing terms with convenient monthly payments.

Trupanion (Pet Insurance) – “With Trupanion all pets get the best coverage we have to offer under our one simple plan.  Your pet receives unlimited lifetime insurance coverage without caps.  Our plan covers 90% of actual veterinary costs for eligible claims once you meet the deductible.”

Petline Insurance Company – “Petline Insurance Company has a number of product lines. Our core brand is Petsecure pet health insurance. We also underwrite OVMA Pet Health Insurance, Desjardins Pet Insurance Program, The Personal Pet Insurance Program, CAA pet insurance, Pet Insurance for Hudson’s Bay customers, Toronto Humane Society Pet Health Insurance, and Nova Scotia SPCA Pet Health Insurance.”

OVMA Pet Insurance – “OVMA believes that purchasing pet insurance should be easy. That’s why we created the OVMA Pet Health Insurance Program. The program offers great coverage at an affordable price”

Pets+Us – “Pets+Us If your pet has an accident or becomes ill, you’ll want to give him or her the best care, without worrying about the expense. The cost of an illness – even just the diagnosis – can be high. Accident & Illness coverage means you’re as prepared as you can be.”

Petplan Pet Insurance – “Petplan is much more than a pet insurance provider. We’re dedicated to providing pet parents with the support, resources and tools they need to keep their pets, not just surviving, but thriving long into old age. Simply put, we aim to be the kind of company that will make our pets proud.”

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