Pet

Pet insurance is designed to help with vet bills so that cost is less of a constraint on treatment options and regular preventative care for your pet.

Accidents & injuries

Our accidents and injuries coverage includes treatment for swallowed objects, broken bones, toxic ingestions, cuts, burns, and more.

Illnesses

Our illness coverage includes treatment for serious conditions, like diabetes and cancer, to minor conditions, like upset stomach and ear infections.

Advanced Care

Our Advanced Care includes coverage for hereditary and congenital conditions, alternative therapies, and behavioral care.

Preventative Care

For a little more each month, add coverage to get money back for your pet’s wellness exam, core vaccines, spaying or neutering, and more.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
Pet insurance pays, partly or in total, for veterinary treatment of the insured person’s ill or injured pet. Some policies will pay out when the pet dies, or if the pet is lost or stolen. As veterinary medicine is increasingly employing expensive medical techniques and drugs, and owners have higher expectations for their pets’ health care and standard of living than previously, the market for pet insurance has increased.
You might consider a policy that pays out throughout your pet’s lifetime. Vet bills are the main reason people buy pet insurance and, while lifetime cover is not the cheapest option (and premiums can rise), it covers conditions that require treatment year after year.
How much you pay for pet insurance varies widely: the monthly premium can range from as low as $10 to higher than $100, though most pet owners can expect to pay between $30 and $50 per month for a plan with decent coverage.