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New PurinaCare(TM) Pet Health Insurance Helps Offer Dogs and Cats a Lifetime of Health and Happiness
Date:6/11/2008

s the needs of today's highly involved pet owners," he said.

In today's growing pet economy, pet owners spend an estimated $24.5 billion annually on veterinary services, over-the-counter drugs and other health supplies for pets.(1)

A Lifetime of Health and Happiness

PurinaCare features two simple plans that offer a variety of monthly premiums and deductible levels to fit most budgets. Both plans provide coverage for illness, injuries and accidents, hospitalization, surgery, prescription medications, and hereditary conditions. The PurinaCare plus Preventive Care plan is designed to encourage the use of routine preventive care by also covering certain customary annual costs of routine vaccinations, flea and heartworm preventative medications, routine annual physical exams and lab tests, and certain other preventive care as outlined in the policy. A complete list of coverage is available on http://www.purinacare.com.

With either plan, pet owners can choose from four different deductible levels: $100, $250, $500 and $1,000. There is a 20-percent co-pay once the annual deductible has been met. All of the plan inclusions and exclusions are clearly outlined in the policy. In addition, PurinaCare allows owners to visit the veterinarian of their choice, including veterinary specialists, who are licensed in the U.S. PurinaCare directly reimburses clients for all covered claims.

"Millions of pet owners trust Purina to help their four-legged friends live long and healthy lives," said William Broun, director of business development for Nestle Purina PetCare Company. "We feel there is a tremendous opportunity to educate these owners about the benefits of insuring their pets so they can take advantage of the latest veterinary advances and wellness care with less worry about the financial implications."

While all pet owners and their beloved four-legged friends can benefit from PurinaCar
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