Healthy Paws offers good coverage and a solid value for pet owners. There aren’t caps on payouts and conditions such as hip dysplasia are often covered, although there are age limits and waiting periods.
Pet insurance policies always have a waiting period because insurers don't want you to sign up after your pet has already become sick or hurt. But accident-only policies may have a shorter waiting period, and waiting periods differ from one insurance company to another. Sign up for coverage before your pet gets sick and make sure to shop around for the most comprehensive p
Pet insurance that covers both accidents and illnesses costs an average of $44.66/month for dogs and $27.93/month for cats. You could save thousands of dollars in vet bills by paying for coverage, so the cost of pet insurance is often worthwhile.
There are limited options if you’re looking for pet insurance for pre-existing conditions. However, some insurers, such as Embrace, provide at least some coverage to your animal even if your pet has had past health issues.
Nationwide Pet Insurance helps you pay for healthcare for dogs, cats, birds, and exotic animals. Though the company does stand out for its wellness coverage, consumers should be aware of alleged issues with claim reimbursement.