CINCINNATI — Six in 10 dog owners would consider purchasing pet insurance if it cost less than $20 a month, according to an online survey conducted by the Kroger Co. The survey found that a very small percentage — 4% of dog owners and 2% of cat owners —currently have coverage for their pet. Still, many worry about the cost of medical care. When it comes to their dog’s health, cancer ranks as most commonly feared (27%), followed by hip/knee/leg injury (17%) and getting hit by a car (16%). ...

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