Plans for dog insurance may protect you against veterinary bills that range from those that are anticipated to those that are not. You have a variety of adaptable choices available to you with Progressive Pet Insurance by Pets Best, which covers your dog throughout his or her whole life. You will have access to the following benefits if you obtain a quotation that is personalized to your spending limit as well as your dog’s current requirements:
5% discount on a policy from BestBenefit (see disclosure) Another 5% discount if you cover more than one pet (see disclosure) Access to a helpline for pets that is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Find out how our pet insurance for dogs may assist you in lowering your out-of-pocket expenses and receive a price estimate on the coverage that will work best for your four-legged companion.
Dog insurance plans
You may tailor your protection by selecting a plan from one of these three categories for your dog’s health insurance: accident-only, accident and sickness, or regular care.
Accidental harm dog insurance
Plan for pets that covers just accidents
If you want the cheapest coverage for your dog, you should go for the Accident Only plan. The veterinary care costs related to injuries sustained by dogs, such as broken bones, bite wounds, and eating foreign objects, may be covered by this sort of pet insurance. It does not cover medical conditions.
*Pricing starts at $9 per month (See Disclosure)
Insurance for dogs against accidents and illnesses
BestBenefit plan for dogs
A BestBenefit plan may cover everything that an Accident Only plan covers, in addition to any disease that your dog has, as long as the illness does not include a pre-existing condition. You may be paid for emergency treatment, diagnostic testing, and even visits to specialists, if you have this plan since the coverage it provides, is broader. After you have satisfied your individualized yearly deductible, you will have the option to choose the degree of reimbursement you would like: 70%, 80%, or 90% of your dog’s covered medical expenses.
Pricing information: the estimated cost per month is $36** (See Disclosure)
Routine care dog insurance
EssentialWellness and BestWellness are two different wellness programs for dogs.
Your BestBenefit plan gives you the option to include routine care coverage, which eliminates the need to pay a deductible for wellness checks, yearly vaccinations, dental cleanings, and other preventive or regular medical services. Our two tiers of wellness coverage may assist you with anticipated veterinary expenses throughout the year and are particularly well-liked by owners of younger and older dogs respectively.
Pricing for EssentialWellness comes in at $16 per month (See Disclosure)
Pricing for BestWellness comes in at $26 per month (See Disclosure)
What is excluded from a dog’s health insurance coverage
Dog insurance policies do not provide coverage for pre-existing illnesses in the dogs they insure. This implies that if a medical ailment was discovered in your puppy before the insurance kicked in, treatment and care would not be covered by the policy. You are able to obtain a policy even if your dog has a pre-existing medical condition; but, any treatments connected to the ailment will not be covered by the policy.
Insurance policies for dogs that cover just accidents or accidents and illnesses do not pay for preventative or elective operations. On the other hand, the EssentialWellness and BestWellness plans allow you to purchase supplemental insurance that provides coverage for a variety of preventative and elective treatments.
In addition, dog insurance does not pay for non-veterinarian costs such as grooming, boarding, food, supplements, alternative or experimental therapies, or even holistic treatments. Find out more about the things that are covered and not covered by pet insurance.
Why should you get your dog insured with Progressive by Pets Best?
Dog health insurance advantages provided by Progressive Pet Insurance by Pets Best make it easy on you and your pup’s budget, in addition to providing reasonable pricing and flexible plan choices. These dog health insurance benefits are as follows:
One deductible payment per year: Instead of having to pay a deductible each time you make a claim for your dog’s medical expenses, you’ll just have to pay one deductible payment each year. Coverage that’s tailored to your needs: choose your deductible from $50 to $1,000 to get the price that works best for your budget. After the deductible for your dog’s insurance has been met, you also have the option to adjust your reimbursement rate to 70%, 80%, or 90% of the qualified veterinary expenditures up to your annual maximum. There are no age restrictions; you may enroll your puppy or dog in an accident-only plan or an accident and sickness plan at any age, and the amount of coverage they get will remain the same even as they become older. Claims are handled quickly and effectively, without being held up for extended periods of time. You have the option of paying your premiums on a monthly, quarterly, or yearly basis, and the choice is completely up to you.
Costs of dog insurance are broken down and explained
Dog owners may save money on pet insurance by tailoring their coverage to their pooch’s evolving medical requirements while yet maintaining a reasonable monthly premium. The anticipated cost of dog insurance might vary depending not only on the kind of coverage and the quantity that you choose, but also on the breed of your canine companion, its age, and where you live. For instance, if you go through Progressive, you can get an all-inclusive accident and sickness insurance plan for a small breed dog for a yearly premium that ranges from $239.76 to $574.56. (See Disclosure)
Additional sorts of pet coverage that we are able to provide
Insurance plans for cats are also offered by Progressive Pet Insurance by Pets Best, in addition to the dog insurance policies that are offered by this company. Get an estimate for your pet insurance now and save 5% if you insure more than one pet at the same time (See Disclosure)