Just like with a baby, all new pet parents need to consider prepping their home when they bring home a puppy. Our friends at the ASPCA® offer some great tips on what to do before you bring your new dog home.
The No. 1 tip the ASPCA® mentions is to stock up on supplies. Luckily, PetMD has a great in-depth checklist of what to get for your new puppy. Most important, don’t forget about stocking up on cleaning supplies until your new ball of fur is housetrained!
The holidays are a special time to spend with loved ones—including your family pets. And with a few extra preparations, you can help your pets safely join the festivities no matter where you travel.
One of the most important steps is to make sure your pet is covered by pet insurance before you head out the door. If any unexpected accidents or illnesses happen along the way, ASPCA Pet Health Insurance plans cover visits to any licensed veterinarian in the U.S. or Canada, including emergency clinics and specialists.
Additionally, with new travel assistance services available with ASPCA Pet Health Insurance plans, pet parents have even more help when they’re traveling with their pets. Our plans are the first and only ones to come with travel assistance services for pets.
Read more here about the new travel assistance services, as well as tips for traveling with your pet.
A Pet Parent Asks:
I just bought a Level 2 plan for my cat. When does my coverage begin?
ASPCA Pet Health Insurance Answers:
Thank you for choosing us to protect your pet!
Your pet’s accident coverage starts the day your plan goes into effect, which is the 1st or the 15th of the month, depending on when you enroll. Illness coverage starts 30 days after your effective date.
Your plan period begins on your effective date, lasts for one year and will renew automatically. We’ll notify you when your plan is about to renew.
Any questions? Call us at 1-866-204-6764.
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