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    with pet insurance u would still need to pay for everything first then put in a claim to get the gap back.

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    I think that's a great plan! Hadn't thought of it to be honest! I'm looking to get a Golden Retriever next year, and now that you've given me this idea, puppy insurance I think is a must!!


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    GFP- many breeders will give you a starters kit including a few weeks of puppy insurance to get you started

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    Really?! Methinks I must research!

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    Research is always important good luck finding your perfect furry match

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    We have it now. Cost us about $50 a month for both dogs.

    We didn't have it 3 years ago when our puppy got hit by a car. It has cost us over $10,000 for his 3 surgeries and ongoing medicines. Most of that would have been covered!

    We can't claim for his leg (that was hit) but we have claimed for minor things. I think pet insurance is so worth it. Vet bills are ridiculously expensive!!!


 

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