Dog Dental Insurance
Get the Best Dental Insurance for Your Dog
Do you need pet dental insurance? Plaque, tartar build up and periodontal disease all effect your dog just as they do you. If you’re the kind of person who wants the best for your canine friends but doesn’t want to break the bank doing so then a dog dental plan could be right for you.[#Z]What Is Dog Dental Insurance?
Dental insurance for your dog works pretty much the same way as you’re human dental insurance does.
It helps defray the cost of keeping your dogs teeth healthy and provides a financial security blanket should a major problem developed with your favorite canine’s teeth.
Where Do I Get Dog Dental Insurance?
The average pet dog insurance policy doesn’t include dental coverage for more than accidental damage to your pet dogs teeth. Sadly because dental health is not taken as seriously as it should be, pet policies mirror human health insurance in this way.
If you want to take proper care of your dogs teeth you’ll have to pay for it out of pocket or make other arrangements. Luckily, many pet insurance companies offer dental insurance as a bonus or add on to their regular pet health plans. For a little extra you can get the coverage you need to keep your dogs teeth and gums in great shape for life.
What Does Dog Dental Insurance Cover?
When you take your dog in to get his teeth cleaned the vet can’t explain to your dog what is going on and why they are poking around in his mouth. They can’t explain that he must hold still while they scrape his teeth and clean under his gums.
Therefore most vets will anesthetize your dog before any dental work is begun. Your dog dental insurance will cover not only the procedures necessary to keep your pet’s teeth in good health but the anesthesia and second vet tech needed to monitor his vitals during the procedure.
Pet Dental Insurance Keeps Costs Down
The cost of keeping your pets teeth in good health can be prohibitive without a good pet dental insurance plan. With the advances in veterinary preventative and corrective medicine today, our canine friends are living longer than ever. Keeping your dogs teeth healthy into his old age is a must if he’s going to have good quality of life in his “golden” years.
Our goal is to help keep your best friend safe in any way we can. We do this by finding the best insurance coverage possible.