Learn about Welsh Terriers Pet Insurance
Just like most other terriers, the Welsh Terrier is alert and self-respecting. They stand about 15 inches at the shoulder and weigh up to 20 pounds. Commonly nicknamed, Welshie, this breed looks much like the Lakeland Terrier and the Airedale Terrier. However, they are a little larger than the former and smaller than the latter.
Like most ancient breeds, the history of Welshie is not clear. It is believed that the breed is quite old because some ancient paintings and prints show dogs that resemble them. In fact, it is possible that Welshie is one of the first Terriers. The breed was originally known as Black and Tan Wire Haired Terrier or the Old English Terrier. During the nineteenth century, Welshie lived in several parts of England but he’s associated with Wales.
Pet insurance premiums are paid monthly. The cost of insurance varies with the insurance company and may be from $10 to $100 per month. When shopping around for Welsh Terriers pet insurance, it is important to consider your budget as well as the insurance premium to determine if the coverage is fitting for you.
It is also important to consider the coverage’s limit, stipulation, exclusion and the waiting period. Knowing so much about the coverage can save you a lot in the long run. You don’t want to have your claim denied, do you? That’s why you should read the policy documents before taking it out.
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