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These are our top pet insurance recommendations. Not only do the cover injuries and illnesses like most other pet insurance companies (without some of the random exclusions such as exam fees with other companies – we’re looking at you Trupanion), these companies actually consider “dental disease” a REAL disease and include coverage! Please call the company and verify coverage, but from our research, these are the best in the business.
CareCredit – Short term credit. Typical terms are 6 months no-interest. This is a great option if an emergency occurs – just make sure it can be paid in 6 months or the interest is really high.
CAT FOOD RECOMMENDATION
Dr. Elsey’s cleanprotein Cat Food: High animal protein, low carbohydrate. This is the most similar diet to what feral cats eat. We recommend feeding wet food, if possible.
PredatorBWare – Protective clothing to prevent small dogs from being attacked by other dogs, coyotes, and rogue owls! Plus, it looks awesome!
SureFlap Microchip Pet Feeder – If you can’t physically separate your cats at mealtime or you need to keep your dogs out of their food, this is a slick way to make sure the food goes to the right pet.
LitterKwitter – Teach your cat to stop using the litter box and use the toilet like he was always meant to. Litter Kwitter is a 3 step system to total litter box freedom.
Calm Cat Carrier – This slick carrier is a stress minimizing way to get your cat in and out for their exam. No more reaching in and pulling them out or tipping them on to the exam table!
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