Only suggested for those with no dental issues now or foreseen in the future. Covered care:
- Emergency Care
For the average client. Care provided:
Full + Life
If your pet is a source of income then you want to fully cover your pet:
- Death Expenses
- Income Supplement
Base coverage for your pet.
Care that is implemented to prevent extensive issues from happening. This care has an annual limit.
A co-pay may disregard the deductible and reimbursement. The co-pay is subject to specific services on your plan. For example, if your co-pay is $5 per generic brand prescription, each time you go to the pharmacy to obtain this or get a refill you will need to pay $5.
After a deductible is met, you will be reimbursed a percentage of each covered pet bill.
Reimbursement for vet visits are 80%, which means you pay 20% of the bill. If the bill was $300, then you would be reimbursed $240.
A dollar amount required for the insured to pay before the insurance company will pay your medical bills.
Your pet insurance has a deductible of $150. You took your cat to the vet to fix your dog’s limp at the beginning of the year. The vet bill was $200. You would pay for it all but the insurance company would reimburse you for $50 (200 – 150).
The dollar amount that you pay consistently to the insurance carrier to own an insurance policy.
The maximum amount of dollars an insurance company will spend on your insurance plan in a year.
The period of time since the plan starts that must be surpassed before the insurance company will pay for certain levels of care. Preventative care is covered immediately but basic or major care may only be covered after serveral months
- Wellness Exam
- Blood, Fecal, Parasite Exams
- Emergency Care
- Accident & Illness
- Diagnostic Tests
- Lab Tests
- X-Ray, CAT, MRI & Ultrasound
- Funeral Expenses
*This is not an all inclusive list and may vary by plan, carrier, or state.