Hello everyone - I'm Dr. Doug Kenney.
When I first designed the pet insurance toolkit several years ago, there were only 10 companies, so it was much easier to choose a company to insure a pet. Now there are about 20 brands of pet insurance and more are entering the market every year. So, it’s only going to get more confusing. The most common term pet owners use to describe how they feel when they contact me is “overwhelmed.”
Most people just want someone to tell them which company to buy a policy from. They may get advice from a neighbor, friend, relative or even their veterinarian. You can’t get much simpler than that.
But pet insurance isn’t a one-size-fits-all product.
There is no one pet insurance company that is best for everyone. Your pet’s age, breed, and medical history are unique. Your financial situation or budget is unique.
All of these factors will automatically eliminate a lot of the pet insurance companies for consideration and I’ll show you how to do that.
My goal is to help you get rid of the overwhelm and simplify the process of finding the best pet insurance company and policy for your pet. I will also share with you several alternatives to pet insurance and you can decide if one of them might be a better fit for you.
Because I’m not a licensed agent, I’m not going to recommend a company to you, but I am going to help you focus on what I feel are the important factors to consider from my perspective as a veterinarian when researching pet insurance companies.
Some of these factors you won’t find mentioned anywhere else. After all, veterinarians are the ones who diagnose and treat the conditions that you’ll be filing claims for.
I spent over 40 years in practice and the past decade or so studying the pet insurance industry.
My goal is to help you choose a company and policy as quickly as possible. Making this decision need not be confusing or frustrating.
I urge you to not put it off any longer. Any conditions that your pet is diagnosed with before getting pet insurance most likely will be considered pre-existing and not covered.
Watch the short video below where I show you what's included in the toolkit and how to use it. Then click the link to download the Pet Insurance Toolkit.