Keeping the furriest members of your family healthy and protected
What is pet insurance?
Pet insurance helps you manage your pet’s unexpected vet costs. Just as you want the best health insurance for your human family members, your fur family shouldn’t be any different. That’s where pet insurance comes in.
What does pet insurance cover?
Your pet’s medical bills can become costly, but you shouldn’t have to choose between their care after an unexpected accident and your budget. Pet insurance is worth it for the comfort of knowing your family’s furriest member is covered.
- Emergency and specialist vet care, including surgery
- Diagnostic testing and illness
- Dental illness2
- Breed-specific and genetic conditions
- Cancer and chronic conditions
- Alternative therapies,3 prosthetics and mobility aids
- Prescription drug coverage1
Although pre-existing conditions are not covered by any pet insurance, this policy is unique in that it provides coverage for curable conditions if your pet is symptom- and treatment-free for 12 consecutive months.
Your pet is covered for life – they’ll never be dropped for their age, health or number of claims you submit.
Get rewarded with healthy pets
Included with every pet policy, the Healthy Pet Deductible automatically decreases your pet’s annual deductible by $50 each year that you’re reimbursement free.
Generous reimbursement rate
Your reimbursement rate is the percentage of your pet’s covered vet bill that you’ll get back after meeting your annual deductible. Let’s say you choose a reimbursement rate of 80%. Your insurance plan reimburses 80% of the bill and your portion is 20% after the deductible.
No lifetime limit for reimbursement
There’s no limit to the amount we’ll reimburse you over the lifetime of your pet. The annual maximum amount that you choose will determine how much you’ll get back.
Optional Wellness Rewards
Interested in a plan for routine, everyday care? Wellness Rewards is an optional preventative care plan that can be purchased in addition to your pet insurance. It helps you budget for your pet’s grooming, training and other everyday vet costs.4