Pet Insurance for Massachusetts Residents
If your cat develops a skin rash or your new puppy accidentally swallows a piece of his chew toy, requiring an unplanned trip to the vet, or worse, the local pet hospital, do you have the cash to cover the bill?
We love our pets. We let them eat our leftover pizza crust, cuddle up on the couch after a long walk, and take up way too much room in bed at night. Yet, despite all that love and special treatment, only 30% of pet owners in the United States have pet insurance to protect their furry family members.
No matter how safe we try to keep our pets, the odds that they will require a trip to the veterinarian’s office in any given year is high, at 33%. While stomach issues, skin conditions, and infections are extremely common, the price tag for these treatments and other emergency procedures, without insurance, is steep. On average, emergency treatment for your dog or cat can cost anywhere between $800 and $1500, and in some cases, depending on severity, even more. Tougher still, most visits to the pet clinic are entirely unexpected, making it that much harder to save appropriately, assuming your family’s budget allows for it.
At Morse, of course, we never want you to have to face a tough financial decision regarding the health and well-being of your furry companion. This is why we encourage our clients, friends, and neighbors to consider the peace of mind a pet insurance policy can provide.
Who can help protect your pet? Morse, of course.
Morse Insurance offers a comprehensive and cost-effective pet insurance plan that is designed with you and your four-legged family member in mind. Our inclusive policy covers your pets from all those unanticipated moments as well as some routine, preventative care, including:
- Accidents and Injuries
- Emergency Vet Visits
- Annual Physicals
- Flea Prevention
- Dental Trauma
- Some Alternative Therapies