Starting a Small Business? Here’s Why You Should Invest In Pet Insurance

Pet owners will love you.

By making the investment in pet insurance for your employees, you will make a positive impact on the lives of your customers that extends beyond what you’re personally offering them. Pet owners are very loyal to businesses that help their pets, and they will spread the word about those businesses to anyone who will listen (think: an Instagram post with heart emojis). Many people now know that they can bring their dogs into Home Depot or Lowe’s Interior Design stores, because these companies have gone out of their way to cater to dog owners. The same thing goes for coffee shops like Starbucks and many banks who now keep treats at their reception desks. A small business can take advantage of this trend by offering benefits like pet insurance and becoming known as a pet-friendly company. This may only be a small piece of your overall marketing strategy, but it’s an important one: when you provide financial relief for your customers, they’ll feel good about doing business with you and seeing their money go toward something other than just themselves.

Your pet is a valuable member of your team, so be smart and keep them happy and healthy.

Your pet is a valuable member of your team, so be smart and keep them happy and healthy.

We all know our pets are family, and like any other members of the family, they need to be taken care of. They provide an irreplaceable source of comfort during those long days at work when the going gets tough. They can also bring a lot to the table in terms of their unique skills: an office dog might help employees relax, or a cat might relieve stress by sitting on their owner’s lap while he processes paperwork. The point is, your pets make it possible for you to do what you do every day—so why not repay them with some love and affection?

Of course, it’s important to realize that love and affection aren’t enough; being a good pet owner means taking care of your furry friend in times of need by bringing them to the vet when they get sick or injured. Unfortunately, this can be expensive—but with proper planning, you can take steps towards ensuring that your pet has access to the best healthcare available whenever they need it. Pet insurance is one option that should definitely be on your radar as a small business owner: not only does it protect against unforeseen accidents or illnesses (just like human health insurance), but it also helps prevent more common issues such as dental problems from becoming too costly over time by giving discounted rates on routine services such as exams and checkups. With this kind of coverage underwriting costs associated with owning pets becomes manageable even for businesses trying hard just make ends meet at first until profitability appears on horizon down road someday hopefully sooner than later maybe never but probably sooner than never no matter how long wait may seem because patience pays off sometimes maybe always we don’t know yet let’s see what happens next!

Your other employees are pet owners, too.

Another reason to consider pet insurance is that it’s likely you’re not the only animal lover at your company. According to the APPA, nearly 80 million U.S. households have at least one pet, and those pets make their owners happy. Pet owners are notorious for being more loyal and having less absenteeism than non-pet owners—and considering that about 75% of veterinary bills come from medical conditions or accidents, that means a solid investment in pet insurance can pay off in employee loyalty and retention over time. Plus, as any dog owner knows, a quick walk around the block with a puppy will lift anyone’s spirits—and if you happen to have an office dog, it’s hard not to enjoy your workday more when taking them out becomes part of your regular business routine!

You might be thinking this all sounds great but too expensive: how much could pet insurance really cost? It turns out it varies dramatically depending on where you live and what kind of coverage you get. That said, there are plenty of options available if you want to dip your toes into this kind of insurance without breaking the bank: consider looking into plans that cover well visits or non-emergency treatment for less than $100 a month. If you’re lucky enough to have multiple pets who haven’t had any health issues thus far (like we are), then paying $30–50 per month per animal is a small price for peace of mind.

If you want to set your business apart, offer pet insurance as another perk.

If you want to set your business apart, offer pet insurance as another perk. Providing pet insurance for your employees’ pets can help you stand out from the competition and attract more qualified talent. It shows that you’re willing to invest in the health and well-being of both your employees and their furry friends, which most people will appreciate. They’ll be able to care for their pets knowing that they don’t have to worry about unexpected costs. In fact, some companies even offer plans that cover spaying/neutering and preventative care like vaccinations!

Many pet owners think it’s expensive or too complicated to get a plan, but it doesn’t have to be either. Whether you’re looking for group or individual plans, there are affordable options available that fit into any budget. The good news is that many employers are now offering pet insurance as a benefit! A lot of companies started doing this after realizing how much happier and more productive their employees were when they didn’t have to worry about medical bills for their pets. If you decide to offer this benefit at your company, make sure it’s clear what types of services are covered by each plan so no one gets stuck paying for anything unexpected later on down the road.

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