Pet Insurance in Delaware
The “First State” is a great place for dogs and cats.
And, as it turns out, Delaware is one of the most pet-friendly places in the U.S. with one of the highest percentage of dog parks of any state.
But with all those off-leash parks, trails and beaches come accidents and injuries.
Veterinary Costs in Delaware
Delaware has some of the best veterinary clinics around, but they’re not cheap. Here is a sample of common accidents and illnesses and the average cost of treatment.
- Broken Bones – $200 to $5,000
- Cruciate Ligament Tear – $3,000 to $10,000
- Stomach Bloat – $1,500 to $7,000
How Much Does It Cost?
Pet insurance companies rate the cost on how likely your pet is to suffer from a hereditary issue like hip dysplasia and the cost of treatment where you live.
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Pet insurance companies rate plans based on your pet’s breed, age and zip code. Here are some samples of prices across the state for a three year-old mixed breed dog.
Source: Pet Insurance Cost