Pet Insurance

What Does Your Doctor Charge?

Take a look at these prices for treatment of a variety of conditions:

  • Pancreatitis $1,220
  • Gall bladder surgery $1,975
  • Pneumonia $730
  • Cataracts $2,525
  • Fracture of femur with pins/wires/screws $1,995

Where on earth can you get such deals? Here’s a clue.  The surgical charge for removing a foreign object from ‘your’ intestine would be about $1,605.

Fortunately, not many of us ingest foreign objects. But our pets do!

Yup. (Or should I say Yip?) These are the payments from the benefit schedule of the nation’s largest pet insurer.

And, unless your vet is in Beverly Hills or The Hamptons, they pretty much cover all of the costs.

It’s why the average monthly premium for Fido is around $40, not the $489 (single coverage) we lucky humans get to pay! (Source: KFF State Health Facts)

How Can We Help You?

Nationwide Insurance offers a pet health insurance plan sold almost exclusively to larger Fortune 500 – type employers.  “Whole Pet with Wellness” is the industry’s gold standard product, covering 90% of all veterinary charges after a $250 calendar year deductible.
For employer groups, this is a completely voluntary offering where employees enroll and pay discounted premiums (on average, $35/month) on line. There’s virtually (pun intended) no employer involvement; no renewals, no HR admin, no COBRA. Nada!
But now, for “members” of The Rauser Agency family, you (and your friends) can buy this same coverage as individuals.
Peace of mind for $400 a year.
Click, quote and consider buying (it took me less than five minutes) at this link:
And, next time ‘Rex’ swallows his chew stick, remember who’s “on your side.”