Pet Care Costs on the Rise: Report Shows Lack of Insurance Leads to Big Bills

Consumer Affairs shared a report from ndp analytics found that pet owners spend anywhere from $9,000 to more than $13,000 for medical treatments over the course of a companion animals’ lifetime. And most of the time, cats and dogs aren’t covered by medical insurance. With animals living longer, and becoming closer to family than ever before, The pet insurance market is expected to double.

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