What is Pet Health Insurance?

Pet Health Insurance reimburses you for your dog or cat’s unexpected medical bills.

What does Pet Health Insurance Cover?

Pet Health Insurance covers:

  • Accidents, Injuries and Illnesses.
  • Vet exam fees
  • Imaging (MRI, CAT Scan, Xrays, Ultasound)
  • Diagnostic lab work
  • Prescription medicines
  • Cancer Treatments
  • Dental Work
  • Surgery and Rehab

What doesn’t Pet Health Insurance Cover?

  • Wellness visits and care
  • Pre-existing Conditions

How Does Pet Health Insurance Work?

Your pet is treated at any veterinarian for sickness or injury. You submit the bill to the insurance company. You’ll be reimbursed in a short period of time. It’s that easy.

Why Do I Need Pet Health Insurance?

Advancements in veterinary medicine save more pets than ever, and those treatments can be really expensive.

  • Foreign Object Ingestion  $3,000
  • Hip Dysplasia  $7,000
  • Hit By a Car  $3,700
  • Cancer   $9,000
  • Torn ACL  $5,400

How Much Does Pet Health Insurance Cost?

The average cost is $1.25 a day. Less than a cup of coffee!


More than half of U.S. households own pets, and three-quarters of these pet-owning households made at least one visit to the veterinarian last year

Every six minutes, a pet friend is faced with a vet bill for more than $3,000

The AVERAGE emergency vet bill is $1,500


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