Pet health insurance

Pet health insurance works in a similar manner to human health insurance policies, in that they both include annual premiums, deductibles, co-pays and caps.

Health insurance is available for all types of pets, including dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, exotic birds, reptiles, potbelly pigs and various rodents.

Cost of coverage is based typically on the animal’s age, health profile and the level of care you choose. Generally, older animals cost more to cover—and some companies have age limits. Also there may be exclusions for pre-existing conditions, and some insurers may not cover certain breeds that are prone to hereditary conditions (e.g. hip dysplasia).

Tuesday, September 25, 2018


The first sign of this imbalance will be a chronic imbalance.

There after the following may also be signs of this imbalance.

Gingival flare which means there is a small red line on the gums where the enamel joins the gums. This represents a mucous membrane antibody deficiency that will manifest itself in 70 % of the cases. This antibody is referred to as IgA.

Allergy is next and does relate to the above. The allergy can appear in different regions of the body. What kind of allergies are we speaking about? There are skin problems, food problems, chronic organ problems with the kidneys, liver and pancreas.

Any ongoing disorder, needs to be looked at for this mechanism imbalance referred to as Plechner’s Syndrome.

Infertility, false pregnancies, idiopathic epilepsy and chronic urinary syndrome are all indications of a hormone antibody imbalance that can be identified and controlled.