Studies show that veterinary practices that recommend and offer pet insurance experience significant benefits for not only the client and patient, but also for the practice’s revenue. This 4 part series will explore why veterinary hospitals should co
Segment 2: 3 Ways to Break Down Barriers to Pet Health Insurance
Segment 3: Why Pet Health Insurance Is a Great Employee Benefit
Segment 4: How Pet Health Insurance Can Empower Teams and Clients
3 Reasons Why Pet Insurance Should Matter To You
Wendy Hauser, DVM
Wendy Hauser, DVM, is AVP, Veterinary Relations, Crum & Forster Pet Insurance Group. In 2015, she established Peak Veterinary Consulting, after practicing medicine for 30 years as an associate, owner and relief veterinarian. Hauser is highly engaged in AAHA leadership and currently serves as the AAHA Delegate to the AVMA House of Delegates. She is also the co-author of “The Veterinarian’s Guide to Healthy Pet Plans.
Pre-existing conditions are not covered. Waiting periods, annual deductible, co-insurance, benefit limits and exclusions may apply. For all terms and conditions visit www.aspcapetinsurance.com/terms.
The ASPCA® is not an insurer and is not engaged in the business of insurance. Products are underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company, produced and administered by C&F Insurance Agency, Inc., a Crum & Forster company. Through a licensing agreement, the ASPCA receives a royalty fee that is in exchange for use of the ASPCA’s marks and is not a charitable contribution.
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