Cataracts are sometimes inevitable for older pets as the years begin to advance. Cataract surgery can be incredibly expensive.

Fortunately, good news is that most pet insurance plans cover Cataract Surgery either  partially or fully.

It’s important to check with your insurance provider to find out exactly what their cataract policies are

If you think your pet is genetically predisposed to cataracts, the best  option is to sign up for pet insurance before it becomes a serious  problem.

If your dog develops diabetes at an early age, it can dramatically increase the chance of developing cataracts

Cataract may mature and if the condition is not treated your pet may  eventually suffer from glaucoma, retinal detachment or complete  blindness.

Because cataracts are not an internal condition, they are reasonably easy to diagnose when they are larger in size.

Your pet’s eyes and its behavior are the two most important indicators  that can help you determine whether or not your pet has cataracts.

You may be able to prevent or decrease cataract formation in your pet through nutrition or drugs that improve his or her vision, such as cataract eyedrops.

However, for fully formed cataracts, there is only one viable option: surgery. The good news is that such surgery is easily accessible.

Cataract surgery can be quite costly. Pet insurance reimburses you for a portion of the covered vet charges.