The Cavapoo = a cross between the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Poodle. Outgoing, playful, & curious, these pups inherit some of the best traits from both of their parents. Cavapoos go by several names, including Cavadoodle & Cavoodle. Despite their status as a “designer breed”, you can find these mixed breed dogs in shelters & rescues, so remember to adopt! #adoptdontshop
These adorable make amazing family pets, as they’re outgoing & adore attention. If you want a loyal, playful who enjoys romping around with you or snuggling on the, the Cavapoo may be the for you!
Most pet parents pay out of pocket for their pets’ medical expenses. This is easier to do if you bring in enough income to put money aside for your pets’ healthcare. But most Americans struggle to save money at all.
More importantly, there’s no way to anticipate what will happen in the future, you can’t predict when or how your pets will get sick, or how much it will cost.
Our pets’ lives come with uncertainties. No matter how careful or responsible we are, our puppies find & devour socks, our kittens climb & stumble off shelves, & we have a responsibility to mend them back to health. We our pets & pet insurance is a tool that enables us to care for them without financial burden.
Knowing that 1 in 3 pets will need emergency veterinary treatment within a given year, how do you prepare for the expense?
At the very least, the average cost for unexpected veterinary care can range anywhere from $800 to $1,500 or more. That’s not including other possible expenses.
Considering most Americans don’t have $1,000 to spend in an emergency, it’s troubling to think what could happen to a family if they are suddenly overwhelmed with expenses. In many cases a pet leads to long-term. When this happens, not only do you need to cover the cost of your emergency vet visit, but you also have to factor in long-term costs to your budget.
If your pet is seriously injured or develops a chronic illness, they will need regular treatment & medications to maintain their quality of l life.
So the question you need to ask yourself is how can you afford to have a pet WITHOUT insurance ?