Healthcare — whether it’s for humans or animals — has become outrageously expensive. Due to rising costs, pet insurance is an attractive alternative for owners to avoid high veterinary bills. Pet insurance helps protect your pet while saving you from paying pricey out of pocket expenses when your beloved furry family member needs it most.
A veterinarian can help answer questions you have regarding your dog’s health concerns. Our experts also bring you guides on how to find a good vet, what to look for and questions to ask, online vet services, and more.
Are you considering using an online veterinarian to get advice for your pup? Several websites like JustAnswer give you 24/7 access to licensed vets to help you with medical and behavioral issues from the comfort of your home. JustAnswer, a popular Q&A site, promises quality veterinary advice and fast response times. But you may wonder, is JustAnswer legit? Are their vet experts really qualified to offer the best advice for your pup’s concerns? We’ve got the lowdown on what you can expect with their vet service.
If you’ve run into financial troubles, you may be worried about how you can pay for veterinary care for your pet. You don’t want to have to sacrifice your pet’s health if he becomes ill or injured. So what can you do? If you need help with vet bills, we’ve got some tips for you. We suggest looking into resources in your area if your pet is ill or hurt and you can’t afford to treat him as you may have in the past. Below is a list of some national organizations and charities for help with vet bills. But be sure to check for local resources on the internet, through your vet, and also local colleges and universities. You may be surprised to find just how many people are willing to help care for your pet in your time of need.
Are you tired of seeing your dog in pain or struggle with decreased agility? Have you tried surgery or other veterinary interventions to help relieve his discomfort but haven’t seen ideal results? If so, it may be time to consider a dog chiropractor. Although not universally accepted as a standard treatment for some common ailments, dog chiropractic is gaining a more solid footing — similar to the state of human chiropractic. And more and more veterinarians are getting the training and certification needed to practice this holistic approach to treatment. We’ll help break down what dog chiropractic is all about, when it can help, where to find help, and more.