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    Default So Thankful for Pet Insurance!

    I'm so thankful i decided to take out pet insurance when we 1st got Roxy.
    Roxy is going in for an op on Monday morning to remove 5 huge bladder stones and it is costing over $1000 just for the op. We only pay $20 per fortnight for the 2 dogs and i'm so glad now i do!

    So many pet owners i speak to have never heard of pet insurance.
    Being in this situation now i can highly recommend it!
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    I was gonna cancel mine, but forgot about it, so maybe I'll just keep it after all. never know.

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    5 bladder stones? Ouch!!

    I will pass this on to Mum, I sure she will consider it

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    That's pretty cheap for 2 dogs. Can I ask you you are insured with. I pay much more for my two.
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    Hope everything goes well for Roxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tkay View Post
    That's pretty cheap for 2 dogs. Can I ask you you are insured with. I pay much more for my two.
    I got it through "Bow wow meow" i got heaps of quotes and they were by far the cheapest and there policies are really good. It's definantly worth looking at.

    Our neighbors had there 18mth old dog rushed to the vet one day as she wasn't able to stand on her back legs. Turns out it was a neuro problem and a total vet bill was $9000.They had to put it on the mortgage to afford it.
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    Hey macca691,

    thank-you for mentioning the business name of where you got your insurance. Mum is going to take a look and get some quotes tomorrow

    Thanks again, would never of thought of this with out this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belle View Post
    Hey macca691,

    thank-you for mentioning the business name of where you got your insurance. Mum is going to take a look and get some quotes tomorrow

    Thanks again, would never of thought of this with out this thread.
    You can do the quotes right now online.... It's easy... Done mine..
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    maybe mum is sleeping mitte

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    I agree Macca. I haven't had to claim on my insurance but I'm so glad I have it just in case!

    Best of luck for Roxy's operation

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