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Pet Insurance

With the growning costs of veterinary services, pet insurance plays a big part in keeping our dogs and cats healthy!  Pet insurance can be overwhelming as there are so many different options available.  To make it easier we have included some information about selecting the best insurance company for your pet.  We have also included 3 of our favorite companies that our clients and employees have had the most success with!

Pet Insurance Comparison

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Unique Rolling Deductible


Wellness Options

Healthy Paws

Well Rounded Coverage with Unlimited Payouts

Important Features to Consider


Check to see the different deductibles that are available.  $250, $500, $750 are the most common.  The lower your deductible, the higher your monthly cost

Lifetime/Annual Maximum

Look to see if there is any type of maximum!  Lots of companies have unlimited lifetime coverage

Hereditary Conditions

Check to see if the insurance company covers breed specific hereditary conditions.  Ex: Shepherds may be more prone to hip dysplasia or breathing issues related to brachycephalic breeds (pugs, french bull dog, ect.)


Many insurance companies offer flexible plans that allow you to adjust your deductible and reimbursement level to fit your monthly bill

Ease of Use

Many insurance companies have mobile apps making it easier to submit a claim! Most, if not all, have gone to an electronic form of submission 

The Fine Print

Take a look at the sample policy the company offers and see what exclusions they may have

Things to be aware of when signing up for pet insurance

Unfortunately, pet insurance does not cover any type of pre-existing conditions

Some pet insurance companies have annual or lifetime maximums.  Look to see if the insurance company offers unlimited coverage!

Each insurance company may have a waiting period between the date you sign up and the day the coverage start.  Make sure to see how long before your pet is covered!

Most basic plans do not cover the cost of the exam fee