Pet Insurance on the Rise
It’s no surprise that pet insurance is on the rise when 62 percent of American households own at least two pets. Pet health insurance is the third most requested voluntary benefit in the U.S. workplace. Considering Americans spend an estimated $18 billion annually on veterinary care, purchasing pet health insurance might be a smart choice for you. Start comparing pet insurance quotes for free using our tool below.
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UPDATED: Oct 28, 2020
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A recent CNBC program reported that pet health insurance had become the third most requested voluntary benefit in the U.S. workplace. This stands to reason as Americans spend an estimated $18 billion annually on veterinary care. If you’ve ever had your Labrador Retriever gulp down one of your children’s toys, only to follow it up with a visit to the vet and a costly barium enema, you can relate.
62 percent of U.S. households own at least one pet, but only two percent of those households own pet health insurance.