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Covering veterinary health plans from appointments to pet vaccinations |  pet world

Covering veterinary health plans from appointments to pet vaccinations | pet world

Many Brazilians consider their pets to be part of the family. In this scenario, a new segment has emerged in central-west São Paulo: the Pet Health Plan. The idea won the professors, because it’s a way to ensure medical care and vaccines without compromising the budget.

Animal health plans currently range from R$25 to BRL 450 per month in the interior of São Paulo. Physicist Natalia Lopez told TV has who pays R$100 per month for a pet health plan. Valuable, in her opinion, avoids surprises, because the services provided were useful to Bino, a puppy with a serious health problem.

“We discovered he had a liver problem, which some vets have already told me is characteristic of his breed. And when Benno admitted him to the hospital for the second time, I spent a huge amount of money on hospital treatment, imaging and lab tests,” he explains.

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Lola, Everton’s dog Ferreira, also has health insurance. In this case, the customer pays a percentage for the services, in addition to the monthly fee. said the official TV has That R$25 monthly plan, purchased even before the puppy was received, includes consultations, vaccinations, procedures, hospitalization, and surgeries.

“The vet plan was one of the best options I’ve found because it’s an affordable plan and its procedures are affordable,” he says.

Animal health plans currently range from R$25 to BRL450 per month in rural SP – Image: clone/TEM TV

The plan also offers home care and on-demand clinic options. In fact, Lola’s teacher had already had to call the emergency service three times. Consultation, according to vet Letícia Correia Ramos, will cost R$100 without the health plan. With service, it drops to R$28.

Pets are already present in half of Brazilian homes. The market targeting pets ended in 2021 with a turnover of more than R$51 billion. However, the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Pet Institute of Brazil, Nilo Maracini, explained TV has The movement of the sector and the expansion of services is normal.

“From the moment you bring a pet into your home and it becomes a member of the family, which it has been for a long time, it’s clear that you start to have needs that are rooted in this type of socialization. Then, there’s the hygiene, safe, health-related, But anyway, every kind of anxiety you have with a family member, you also have with the animal,” he concludes.

The idea won educators, because it is a way to ensure medical care and vaccines without compromising the budget – Image: clone/TEM TV

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