PET INSURANCE FAQS
Like all insurance plans, pet insurance is a great way to help prepare for the unexpected. Pet insurance can help with unexpected vet visits, large out-of-pocket expenses, or treatment for serious illnesses that can prove to be a financial burden without a pet insurance plan in place.
Your pet insurance plan will reimburse you for a percentage of your out-of-pocket costs on eligible veterinary treatment, minus your deductible based on the deductible limit and reimbursement amount you choose. You can select reimbursement amounts from 70%, 80% and 90%.
If your pet becomes ill or injured take them to get treatment from any licensed veterinarian. After paying for the treatment, you file a claim with Pets Best online or using their mobile app. After your claim is processed, you’ll be reimbursed on the eligible veterinary expenses.
Pet insurance helps provide pet parents with peace of mind by reimbursing them on a portion of their dog or cat’s eligible veterinary bills. Customers can get flexible accident, illness and routine care coverage customized to their pet and budget.
No pet insurance company covers pre-existing conditions. But, if your pet does have a pre-existing condition, there are still many future health issues that pet insurance may be able to cover. Elective and experimental therapies and treatments along with non-veterinary expenses like food, special diets, vitamins, and supplements are also not covered. Please review the policy form for a complete list of exclusions.
On average, the BestBenefit Accident and Illness pet insurance plan only costs several hundred dollars per year helping many pet parents to save on their vet bills. Prices vary based on the age, breed, and location of your dog or cat. Other factors to the overall cost include how much coverage you want, the deductible you choose, and the reimbursement option you select during enrollment.
The Accident Only pet insurance plan is only $10 or less a month, regardless of your dog or cat’s age or breed.