The answer is yes if you plan to use insurance for catastrophic coverage; no if your pet is basically healthy and you're putting some money aside in an emergency "kitty".
Pet insurance is designed to help cover some - but usually not all - of the costs of emergency and routine medical care for your pet.
As veterinary medicine becomes more technologically advanced, the cost of caring for a pet increases, too.
That's the main reason the market for medical insurance for pets is increasing.
Here are a few things to consider if you're considering insurance for your pet.
Meet the 7 good pets for kids that are easy to care for:
Here's how much time and care you can expect to provide (financially and otherwise) when you adopt a pet, as well as the payback you can expect your child to receive from each.
When you know what to expect - and what not to expect - that first pet experience can be much more successful for all involved.
Meet the 7 Easy Pets for Kids.
When it comes to pets for kids, it's hard to find a pet more loving, loyal, and easy to care for than dogs.
They need just 15 to 30 minutes daily of care and feeding.
And when it comes to loyalty and love, these medium maintenance pets give it back in spades.
They go through a golden age at about the middle of their lifespan, when they are calm, and they're housebroken.
They no longer chew on your shoes, and they come when called. This golden age only lasts a few years, however. At the beginning and the end of their lives, these gentle pets can be a lot of work.
That said, they are one of the best pets for kids. Read All About Dogs here.