Florida Havanese Breeder, Havanese Puppies in Florida,
Havanese in Palm Beach, Havanese Breeder, havanese
And they pay out at the percentage you choose of what YOU paid, not the average
of the York, LA, West Palm, Naples and etc, where vet care is 3 times what I
pay here in Ocala.
So lets say your new puppy, swallows an object... and your vet bill comes to
$800.00.(this is pretty reasonable).... based on the following you would recieve.
90%/$50 deductible = You get back $670.00
90%/$100 deductible = You get back $620.00
100%/$50 deductible = You get back $750.00
The difference in premium per year, with my 15% discount is using New York(same
rate for Boca, Naples, LA and etc.) Less for Jax, Ocala, Tampa, and etc.
1. 90%/$50 deductible = $565 per year*
2. 90%/$100 deductible = $433 per year*
3. 100%/$100 deductible = $490 per year*
* Can be paid quarterly
CONGENITAL ISSUES no matter what age, this is very different than
most...They cover Diabetes, Chronic illnesses, cancers, cardiacs, dysplasias,
pancreatitis, liver shunt, luxating patellas, mvd and etc. Great peace of mind.
Waiting period is 2 weeks for illness... no waiting period on injury.
One thing you do need to know is the vet schools and specialists are only paid out at
80% - but that is still very very reasonable. There are ways these are paid out
at your regular rate - but I will explain to each personally. You can also expect
insurance to increase about 7% a year in cost.
If you also have an older havanese, say even 10 - they are absolutely still
coverable.. I am even going to put health insurance on GRR!! LOL She is healthy
so there are no preexisting conditions...and exam will prove it.
Go to website www.GOPETPLAN.com for more information.
When putting your actual policy in place. Please call Febreeze(the manager)
directly at 610 675 2411, tell him I referred you for maximum discounts (15%)....
And make sure you do this the day before the puppies first checkup and make sure
your vets marks the chart for Patellas normal after Insurance is in effect. You can
actually do this when your puppy is 6 weeks and still in my care and then my vet
visit will waive your waiting periods.