Pets Best: On The Front Lines Of The Battle Against Pet Cancer

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When it comes to the current state of pet cancer, there’s good news and bad news. First, the bad news: cancer, in all its various forms, is the #1 disease-related cause of death among pets.

Now, the good news: pet owners now have more treatment options available to fight the disease. And today’s treatment advances mean that pets with cancer have a much better chance of survival. Plus, companies that provide quality pet health insurance, such as Pets Best, are providing pet owners with the financial ability to pay for the most effective treatments in the battle against cancer.

In fact, in 2008 Pets Best paid out almost million—more than ever before—to pet owners for cancer-related claims.

And that’s not all; in its commitment to conquering pet cancer, Pets Best has taken unprecedented steps to educate pet owners about the disease and to provide care and support for those who need it. They’ve partnered with Pet Cancer Foundation, together with Oncura Partners, to provide any pet owner in the United States with a free initial consultation with a pet oncologist (cancer specialist) for their dog or cat who has cancer.

Pets Best developed a website [] for the Pet Cancer Foundation, to let pet owners know they’re not alone in the fight, to provide a resource for learning about the disease and to help inform people about available treatment options.

Plus, Pets Best is part of an exclusive club—one that includes the Pfizer drug company—of million “Superheroes” who have pledged to help the Morris Animal Foundation Cure Canine Cancer in the next 10 to 20 years.

Want to help Pets Best defeat pet cancer once and for all? The company urges you to join them in supporting the Morris Animal Foundation’s efforts by contributing to the campaign at

Pets Best is a pet insurance company with excellent customer service, and has a quick claim turnaround time. Pets Best offers pet insurance online which makes the claim process simple and has no annual limitations.

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