The annual cost for UPC is comparable to the amount you spend on annual vaccinations alone

The annual cost for UPC is comparable to the amount you spend on annual vaccinations alone

"Pet insurance can definitely save you money and is worth the investment," says Jana George, a Human Resources Generalist at AG Communication Systems, a Phoenix-based high-tech company. "The annual cost for United Pet Care is comparable to the amount you would probably spend on annual vaccinations alone. With United Pet Care, you receive free annual vaccines, free annual exam, $15 office visits, and up to 25% off of veterinary services." Ms. George speaks from experience. "Personally, I have tried both United Pet Care (UPC) and Veterinary Pet Insurance (VPI) and, in my opinion the benefits offered by UPC far exceed those provided by VPI. With UPC, there are no deductibles, no claim forms, no age limitations, and no pre-existing condition exclusions - all of which are required by VPI. When my dog suffered from allergies, each visit to the vet was subject to a $40 deductible with VPI. Eventually, they classified her allergies as a pre-existing condition and I was no longer able to claim these expenses. So, I switched to UPC. And later, when my dog needed intensive care, I was able to save $500 in veterinary services.

Jana George, Human Resources Generalist at AG Communication Systems, Phoenix, AZ

United Pet Care - Pet Insurance Alternative
2015-05-06T13:12:00-07:00

Jana George, Human Resources Generalist at AG Communication Systems, Phoenix, AZ

"Pet insurance can definitely save you money and is worth the investment," says Jana George, a Human Resources Generalist at AG Communication Systems, a Phoenix-based high-tech company. "The annual cost for United Pet Care is comparable to the amount you would probably spend on annual vaccinations alone. With United Pet Care, you receive free annual vaccines, free annual exam, $15 office visits, and up to 25% off of veterinary services." Ms. George speaks from experience. "Personally, I have tried both United Pet Care (UPC) and Veterinary Pet Insurance (VPI) and, in my opinion the benefits offered by UPC far exceed those provided by VPI. With UPC, there are no deductibles, no claim forms, no age limitations, and no pre-existing condition exclusions - all of which are required by VPI. When my dog suffered from allergies, each visit to the vet was subject to a $40 deductible with VPI. Eventually, they classified her allergies as a pre-existing condition and I was no longer able to claim these expenses. So, I switched to UPC. And later, when my dog needed intensive care, I was able to save $500 in veterinary services.