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Pet Health Insurance Grows as Pets Live Longer and Healthier Lives
Date:1/14/2010

the potential benefits of pet health insurance as part of the overall strategy for the long-term, or life-span care of each patient. This not only increases the health of the pet, it certainly provides a healthier veterinary practice as clients and their pets maintain a longer and more rewarding client-veterinary relationship.”

On Long Island, New York, pet health insurance education and awareness is becoming part of client education. Dr. Niesenbaum states “At our veterinary practice, we are now providing training for our staff and our veterinarians about pet health insurance. Understanding the general guidelines and benefits of pet health insurance, will help us promote client awareness and provide impartial, information allowing each pet owner to choose a plan that fits their needs and the needs of their pets. Providing a standard protocol for how we communicate and explain pet health insurance to pet owners, reduces misunderstandings and better manages expectations. We enjoy a special trust and value within our client-patient-veterinary relationship. Our clients want to know if they should purchase pet health insurance and require our qualified guidance.

We now provide some general guidance on options available to help clients financially.
We know that pet health insurance is life-saving for many of the pets we treat. One issue that our practice highlights is making certain our clients include dental coverage when they purchase pet insurance. Dental disease such as stomatitis and periodontal disease are very common today and some companies do not provide coverage. Unfortunately oral health is often neglected until it has a serious negative impact on a pet's overall health. Adding an insurance or wellness option to cover dental care is very important. Overall, we feel our efforts related to pet health insurance education and awareness translates to a healthier pet for our clients,” according to Dr. Keith Niesenbaum,
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