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Ive been planning to get some as soon as my girls turn 8 weeks - theres an exess but bigger or longer term problems wont be a worry. Im in health care so i like my meds and interventions! anyone have any experiences of insurance?
 

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I don't know if any health insurance plans exist for rats since they are so high risk but I sure would love to know D:

I know ferrets after 2 or 3 can't be insured and insurance doesn't pay for adreniline gland removal D: So yeah pet insurance companies can be annoying like that.
 

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Wow, the insurance doesn't cover adrenal surgery? That should be the number one thing that's covered, considering it's so common in ferts!
 

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I've been looking into rat insurance in the US. It's pretty affordable, but they require you to have owned your rats for at least six months... It lets you choose any certified vet, and you pay the first 50$ of any vet visit, while they cover the rest. I still need to call to make sure it will cover the meds and the common surgeries that rats need as they age.
 

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Wow! That sounds most awesome, I'll look into that thanks XD

And yeah, at least the one's I found did Night because it IS Common and costly D:
 
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