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[August 21, 2014]
Pet Insurance Finder for 50 States Launched at Insurance Website Online
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 The costs for maintaining pet health in the United States have increased over the past two decades, according to new insurance industry studies. The Quotes Pros company is helping owners of pets to use its pet insurance finder to locate affordable plans from all 50 states at
The owner of a pet who pays more than $50 for a routine visit or complex surgery can use the automated tool to locate an affordable plan for coverage. Every user of the system will be asked to provide a zip code that can be matched and linked to a local pet coverage provider before rates are displayed.
"The 50-state provider database that we're allowing the public to access this year can be useful to a person who is ready to make a policy purchase online," said one Quotes Pros source.
The insurer system built for the public to utilize this year also supplies more than general pet insurance costs. The rising costs of surgeries and dietary plans for older pets can be difficult for a person to keep up with who does not have an insurer policy. The system now provides rates for surgical protection add-ons.
"The policies that a pet owner searches for inside of our system are supplied through licensed companies that are located inside of the United States," said the source.
The Quotes Pros company uses its team of researchers to connect with companies nationwide to find the best prices for consumers. Apart from the pet industry providers, special price information for homeowners insurance and renters insurance plans can be reviewed at
About QuotesPros.com The QuotesPros.com company is using its finder systems on the homepage this year to search the country for low rates for insurance coverage. The Internet tools that are available are meant for use by the public to find discount policies. The QuotesPros.com company uses all of its team members to search and find agencies to include in the search tool that is now free of charge for users to access on the Internet.
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