Owning a pet can be a considerable financial commitment. Add in a serious, unexpected, medical expense, and one might find themselves in a bit of a budgetary pickle. Although veterinary medicine is reasonably affordable when compared to its human equivalent, you might consider paying for an insurance company to carry the risk of unexpected veterinary expenses. This can be especially reassuring for pet owners if you find that there is not much money left over for saving at the end of paying the monthly bills. If you have a breed of animal that is prone to illness, or an older pet, you may find this insurance even more reassuring. Your veterinarian should be willing to discuss with you the pros and cons of pet insurance. Currently, there are several providers of this kind of pet insurance and we try to work with them all. One example of the FRAH’s recommended providers is VPI pet insurance.