Pet insurance helps pay for a pet's unexpected veterinary care.
Pet insurance helps you pay your unexpected veterinary bills, so if your pet has an accident or becomes ill, you’ve got help covering the costs. You can follow your veterinarian's recommended course of treatment knowing that your pet health insurance will help provide you with financial peace of mind.
Pet Health Insurance is available in all 50 states.
Pet insurance helps you afford the best possible veterinary care, which helps ensure you have peace of mind for your pet’s health. With pet insurance, if your pet has an unexpected accident or illness, you will be reimbursed what your vet charges (minus your deductible, up to the policy limit), plain and simple.
Your pet insurance policy will provide coverage for all treatments recommended by your veterinarian, including*:
• Hereditary, congenital conditions
• Chronic conditions are Covered for LifeTM
• Prescription medications
• Diagnostic testing
• Veterinary exams, including specialized exams
• MRI, CAT scan and ultrasound imaging
• Alternative and holistic therapies
• Specialist treatment, including cancer treatments and more
• Non-routine dental treatment
Veterinary Fees — $8,000 a year
Your pet insurance policy will cover any treatment administered by any licensed veterinarian in the U.S. to treat illness or injury. Reimbursement is subject to the $8,000 policy limits.
Deductible — $50, $100 or $200 per illness/injury
Your deductible is the fixed dollar amount per illness or injury per policy period that will be deducted from any reimbursement following a claim. Customize your policy to fit your budget and choose from a $50, $100 or $200 deductible. The higher the deductible that you choose, the lower your premium will be!
Reimbursement— 100%, 90% or 80% per illness/injury
Your reimbursement is the amount of a claim for regular or emergency veterinary treatment that you will be reimbursed before your chosen deductible is applied. Specialist treatment will always be reimbursed at 80%.