How Pet Insurance

  • Visit any vet
  • Pay the bill
  • Submit the claim
  • Get reimbursed in as
    little as 5 days


What Pet Insurance

  • Accidents Only
  • Accidents and Illnesses
  • Accidents, Illnesses, Hereditary and
    Congenital Conditions
  • Add a Pet Wellness Plan for routine care
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Can You Afford to
Keep Your Pet Alive?

Vet care costs are rising quickly. There may come a time in your pet’s life where you have to choose between medical care and euthanasia. It’s heartbreaking, but it’s a real choice people frequently face. Economic euthanasia is increasing by 10% each year because loving pet parents just can’t afford medical treatment costs.

The rate of people euthanizing their pets is rising
by 10% per year because they can’t afford

Pet Insurance Myths

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Myth #1: Pet insurance isn’t worth it

Fact: The average pet insurance cost is $27 a month. A single emergency, illness, or chronic condition can cost over $20,000

Myth #2: My pet is young and healthy so coverage is unnecessary

Fact: Puppies and kittens are twice as likely to get sick or injured than older pets

Myth #3: I’ll wait until my pet gets sick or injured

Fact: As pets get older, their health risks increase. And pet insurance has exclusions for pre-existing conditions. If you try to enroll after an illness or accident, your pet will be denied coverage

One Size
Doesn’t Fit All

We help you find the
right pet insurance plan

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Like human health insurance, pet health insurance comes in all shapes and sizes.
Don’t worry! We’re pet parents too. We’ll show you what to look for and what to avoid.
Learn important details about each pet insurance company.
Find the coverage that gives your pet the best chance at a longer, healthier life.

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Vet Care is Expensive
Pet Insurance Helps

  • $6,243: Surgery to remove an object your pet swallowed
  • $20,000: Medication, chemotherapy and radiation treatments for cancer
  • $9,510: Cost to treat hip dysplasia, a common condition in dogs

Pet Parents Spend $30 Billion
Each Year on Pet Health Care

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Vet Care

$15.25 billion

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Supplies and

$13.70 billion

Protect Your Pet’s Health
Before It’s Too Late

Veterinarians recommend enrolling puppies and kittens for pet insurance at 8 weeks old

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  • The longer you wait, the higher the risk of your pet developing a health problem that would be considered pre-existing and not be covered by any plan
  • Enrolling your pet for coverage before an accident or illness means the insurance company has to pay your claim, even for chronic conditions that may last a lifetime
  • Puppies and kittens can be enrolled as young as 6 to 8 weeks of age

Mom and Dad!

Insured pets visit the vet more
often and live longer, healthier lives.

Pet health insurance starts at just $24 per month.

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