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3 Key Facts About Your Pet's Veterinary Care

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US dog and cat parents spent about $13 billion on veterinary care in 2010.

American Pet Products Association, March 2011

$13 billion is a lot of money, and that’s up 40% from 2006! Part of the reason veterinary costs are rising is because there are so many more advanced tests and treatments available for animals. That’s great news for your pet, but it can be difficult financially. Fortunately, our pet insurance can help you manage those costs and give your pet the best care possible.

Veterinarians reported that cost affected their clients' treatment decisions in 75% of 2009 cases.

DVM Newsmagazine, October 2010

With veterinary costs increasing as more sophisticated treatments become available, many pet parents have to consider cost when weighing treatment options for their pets. ASPCA Pet Health Insurance can help you follow your veterinarian’s recommendations and avoid a tough financial decision about your pet’s health. After all, you have enough to think about when your pet is hurt or sick. Our pet insurance will help you focus more on your pet’s care and less on finances.

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) fielded more than 167,000 poison emergency calls in 2010.

ASPCA.org, Jan. 2011* (*http://www.aspca.org/Pressroom/press-releases/012811 or contact us to request a copy jennifer.s@hartvillegroup.com.)

There are a lot of potential pet hazards in and around your house—from common plants to people food, like chocolate, raisins and onions. No matter how hard you try, it can be hard to keep your pet safe all the time. However, you can prepare financially for an emergency with our pet insurance. We can help you afford needed treatments—including emergency care and calls to the Animal Poison Control Center.

Let us help you give your pet the best veterinary care possible.
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*http://www.aspca.org/Pressroom/press-releases/012811