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Pet Insurance Reviews

As diseases are unfortunately common in the Cavalier King Charles breed, it is wise to shop around for pet insurance.  Do your research and look into various pet insurance and reviews.  

Make sure the insurance company covers chronic illness, as diseases like Mitral Valve, Syringomyelia, Luxating Patella, progress overtime and are not covered by certain insurance companies.  Here are some pet insurance companies that can help save you money in the future, while protecting your bank account and giving you peace of mind.  Do your research and be prepared.  At the end of the day, having peace of mind and protecting your bank account makes having pet insurance all worth it.

Healthy Paws

Healthy Paws can give your pet the best medical care possible. Their top-rated pet insurance plan covers everything that matters including accidents, illnesses, chronic illnesses, injuries, hereditary conditions, cancer, emergency care, genetic conditions, alternative care and more.  Reimbursements are 70%, 80%, or 90% of the actual medical bill. Annual deductibles are $100, $250, and $500.  Free alternative care coverage for pets is also available and includes chiropractic care, acupuncture treatment, and underwater therapy.

One of the benefits of Healthy Paws pet insurance is their coverage of chronic illnesses and alternative treatments (like acupuncture), great add-ons that are non-invasive and may improve or extend your pet’s quality of life without having to go through major treatment or surgery.

Reviews for Healthy Paws Pet Insurance.


Life can be ruff! When illnesses or injuries surprise you, Petplan pet insurance can help save your pet and your budget.  Petplan’s simple, affordable dog insurance plans provide full coverage for hereditary and congenital conditions for life* as standard. Not to mention total protection against any unforeseen accidents.

Embrace Pet Insurance

Embrace pet insurance plan protects against allergies, broken bones, genetic and hereditary conditions, costly ER visits, cancer and a lot more.

Nationwide Pet Insurance

Nationwide pet insurance offers health insurance plans for illnesses, injuries and routine wellness care. New chronic and recurring conditions are covered at no additional cost. Wellness coverage for your dog is available on its own or as part of a complete coverage plan.



Banfield optimal wellness plan is a one of a kind, affordable pet health care solution for Banfield pet hospitals, that helps keep your pet healthy with customized options for many pet needs.

Due to unfortunate diseases common to the Cavalier King Charles breed (mitral valve disease, syringomyelia, luxating patella, etc.) in our opinion, the smart thing to do is to have peace of mind and to always have pet insurance.  A monthly insurance premium between $20-$60 (depending on the age of the animal and different coverages) helps to cover expensive bet bills down the road.  It often also helps cover the majority cost of routine veterinarian care.


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Originally posted 2016-03-04 19:54:52. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. It is really worth it to get insurance. My family has saved at least 16k by having this peace of mind.

  2. Do you have any tips for pet insurance in france?

  3. Don’t do wellness plans, they don’t cover surgeries, mri’s, etc.

  4. Do it for the peace of mind

  5. What insurance do you recommend for Canadian customers?

  6. Peace of mind indeed.

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