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Health Insurance Protection From Head to Tail 🐾

Pet Health Insurance for Dogs and Cats

They share your home, your heart, and make you smile once you walk in the door. Your dogs and cats aren’t just pets, they’re part of your family. So it’s not surprising that “pet parents” choose to cover their “fur babies” from health emergencies with Pet Health Insurance.

Pet health insurance for dogs and cats can help you cover expensive medical bills if your pet becomes ill or injured. You can also get reimbursed for preventative care, such as vaccinations and checkups, depending on the coverages you choose. People frequently buy pet insurance plans for their dog or cat to help cover the costs of emergency medical care or serious illnesses, including cancer treatment.

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What is Pet Health Insurance?

A Pet Health Insurance plan provides peace of mind knowing that you’ll be able to get the proper treatment for your dog or cat without worrying about the financial burden.

Most plans let you choose how much you'd like to be reimbursed, and your deductible amount. The higher your co-pay percentage and/or deductible, the less your plan will cost. If your pet is sick or injured, you'll pay the veterinarian directly for treatment, and then file a claim to your pet insurer for reimbursement.

For example, if your pet insurance plan covers 90% of your claims and your vet bill is $500, your pet insurer will reimburse you $450, minus your deductible. If your plan covers 70%, you'll be reimbursed $350, minus your deductible, on a $500 bill.

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Coverage Available

Below is a list of what Pet Health Insurance covers:

*Exam Fees
*Emergency Visits
*Rx Medications
*Accidents & Injuries – such as swallowed objects, broken bones, toxic ingestions, cuts, burns, and more.
*Illnesses – including treatment for serious conditions, like diabetes and cancer, to minor conditions, like upset stomach and ear infections.
*Hereditary & Congenital Conditions – which pets inherit or are predisposed to through their breed, like hip dysplasia and cherry eye.
*Behavioral Care – which can consist of medication or treatment for issues such as separation anxiety or aggression.
*Preventive Care – can be added to get reimbursed a set amount for things that protect pets from getting sick, like vaccines, dental cleanings, and screenings.

Cost factors

The cost of pet health insurance is generally determined by four factors:

Veterinary care is costlier in certain parts of the country. For instance, if you’re living in rural Wyoming, you’ll probably pay less for pet insurance than someone in New York City.

The likelihood of your pet becoming ill increases with age.

Your dog or cat may be predisposed to certain illnesses based on size and genetics. For example, Abyssinians are one of the most expensive cat breeds to ensure, as they’re more prone to periodontal disease and retinal atrophy. When it comes to dog breeds, pet insurance is generally costlier for Great Danes—they’re vulnerable to heart and hip issues and medication may cost more for bigger dogs.

Deductible and reimbursement level:
Choosing a higher deductible will lower the cost of your plan, but will increase your out-of-pocket costs at the vet. A lower deductible will increase your plan’s price, but you’ll be reimbursed more on your claim. Your level of reimbursement will also affect pricing. For instance, a plan with a 90% reimbursement amount will cost more than a plan that pays you back for 70% of your vet bill.