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The average pet insurance policy premium in 2019 for dogs was $48.78 per month for dogs, and $29.16 per month for cats.
Accident-only policies are cheaper than accident and illness policies, according to data from the North American Pet Health Insurance Association.
Your pet’s breed can also influence your price for coverage, with pricing varying widely by a dog’s breed.
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Most pet owners know just how expensive a trip to the vet can be, and how much a major health scare with your pet can cost. If you’re considering getting pet insurance, your monthly cost of pet insurance can vary widely.
There are a few factors that can change how much your pet insurance will cost, including the type of pet you have. In general, insurance for dogs is more expensive than insurance for cats. And, for dog owners, the cost can vary widely by breed. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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