You can’t put a price on unconditional love.
But you can budget for it.
No matter how much we love and pamper our pets, each year one in three will fall ill or have an accident that requires an unexpected trip to the veterinarian.*
According to the American Pet Products Association (APPA) 2011-2012 National Pet Owners Survey, pet parents will spend $12.2 billion on veterinary care this year alone, up from $11.0 billion last year and $8.2 billion five years ago. And as veterinary medicine continues to advance, those numbers are expected to rise. Pet insurance can help you budget for these unexpected vet costs.
For those of you wondering about pet insurance cost, the illustration below shows some of the actual conditions and costs for claims reimbursed by Petplan in the past:
To help you understand how Petplan would reimburse you following a claim, here's an example based on an actual Petplan pet insurance claim:
|Petplan policy with 90% reimbursement
and $100 deductible
|Claim for Blanco, a Bichon Frise from NY, NY with diabetes
| - $500
|Deductible (per condition)
| - $100
With Petplan, there are no benefit schedules. Just straightforward reimbursement based on your actual veterinary costs.*
To see how Petplan can cover unexpected vet costs, try using our claim calculator on the right of this page.