Pet Health Insurance for Dogs & Puppies
Dogs are notorious for finding trouble when least expected, which leads to unexpected veterinary visits and expensive vet bills. Pets Best believes treating unexpected accidents and illnesses should be a worry-free financial decision. With a pet health insurance plan from Pets Best, pet parents don’t have to decide between providing their dogs with the best care possible and over-extending personal finances. Our BestBenefit accident only and accident and illness pet insurance plans offer your dog the most comprehensive coverage for accidents, emergencies, illnesses, cancer, hereditary and congenital conditions, and much more. Our EssentialWellness or BestWellness routine care plans can be added to any BestBenefit plan to help pay for your dog’s regular vet visits, vaccinations, dental cleanings, spay/neuter and much more.
Pets Best offers a range of deductible and reimbursement levels to help you better manage the cost of your policy and vet care over the life of your pet. Our mission is to help you get your dog the best vet care without worrying about the cost of the vet bill. With Pets Best, you can visit any vet, including specialty and emergency vets, and we pay based on the actual veterinary bill. The cost of monthly premiums for your dog are based on your pets breed and age, and your location and your chosen coverage. Our wide range of coverage options makes it easy to find a plan to fit your budget no matter the age or health of your pet.
Filing a pet insurance claim is easy with Pets Best. Since our founding, we have paid out over $150 million in claims and continue to strive to offer the best coverage, fastest claim service, and unsurpassed customer service.
Holistic Health, Nutrition & Behavior
If you’re looking for reliable information on holistic health, behavior, and nutrition for your cat, or dog, or both, you’ve come to the right place! Holistic veterinarian Dr. Jean Hofve and cat behaviorist Jackson Galaxy are here to help! If you’re looking for something in particular, use the Search box at the upper right corner. Also check out Dr.
Jean’s #1-recommended canned cat food: Instinctive Choice by Life’s Abundance. Updated for 2018! To help cat lovers and animal advocates understand the truth about declawing that so many veterinarians and organizations lie about, Dr. Jean has written a detailed, fully-referenced ebook that is 100% free to download and share! For Dr.
Jean’s e-books on a variety of health, nutrition, and behavior issues, please visit our Little Big Cat e-Bookstore or Amazon.com. It’s not just another cookbook, either! Paleo Dog covers a wide range of topics, including nutrition, but also vaccines and veterinary care; exercise and rest; and alternative therapies such as Earthing, acupuncture, and herbs that are compatible with the Paleo Dog philosophy. It is science-based, understandable, and practical; its comprehensive scope and down-to-earth details will satisfy both pet guardians and pet professionals. Dr.
Jean’s book, The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated Handbook, co-authored with Celeste Yarnall, and 2010 winner of a Certificate of Excellence and the prestigious Muse Medallion award from the Cat Writers’ Association, is available now at your favorite online bookstores! To contact Jackson, please visit JacksonGalaxy.com.
Since pets age faster than humans, they benefit from exams every six months. Don’t assume an indoor cat doesn’t need a regular exam, or that a seemingly healthy pet can sit a year out-animals can be very good at hiding pain and disease. Use the wellness examination as a chance to discuss your pet’s well being. In older pets, your veterinarian may recommend monitoring organ function and overall health with blood and urine testing, blood pressure monitoring, radiographs, and ultrasound. Pet obesity is reaching epidemic proportions-an estimated one out of every two pets is overweight or obese.
A slight adjustment to your pet’s diet or exercise regimen can make a huge difference, so ask your veterinarian for your pet’s target weight. Dental problems can cause pain, infection, and inflammation and take years off your pet’s life. Even if your pet spends most of his time indoors, he can still pick up diseases from these sneaky pests that can fly, crawl, or hitchhike on you to get inside your house. While some vaccines, like rabies, are required by law because of the risk to humans, others may be necessary for your pet’s lifestyle. Your veterinarian will know what’s best for your pet.
It could save your pet’s life by decreasing the risk of life-threatening diseases like pyometra and mammary, uterine, and testicular cancer. Pet Vet Hospital and Wellness Center has the latest in ultrasound technology, therapeutic laser therapy, advanced dentistry such as root canals, oral digital radiography, highly educated and experienced staff members with a unique approach to keeping healthy pets healthy.
Healthy Paws Pet Insurance Reviews
Healthy Paws is one of our favorite plans due to its great value and coverage. Pros Unlimited coverage: Coverage and benefits are unlimited under a Healthy Paws insurance plan. Healthy Paws offers unlimited coverage per visit, year, or over the lifetime of your pet’s medical condition. Hereditary and congential conditions covered: Healthy Paws covers your pets’ hereditary and congenital conditions, including hip dysplasia, so long as your pets are enrolled before the age of six, and symptoms haven’t shown up yet. Cons Healthy Paws does not cover the examination fee portion of your dog or cat’s visit to the vet’s office.
There is a one-time enrollment fee of $25.Healthy Paws Pet Insurance Plan Policy. Healthy Paws only offers customers one plan, and pet parents get to select from three levels of annual deductibles and reimbursement levels. Among the benefits provided by a Healthy Paws pet health plan are hospitalization, diagnostic testing, supplies, surgeries, and prescription medication. Healthy Paws only covers accidents and illnesses, so long as they’re not pre-existing. Some standard fine print: There is a waiting period of fifteen days after the pet policy effective date, which begins after midnight on the day of your enrollment.
During this period, any injuries or accidents that occur will not be covered by Healthy Paws unfortunately – this is generally a standard limitation in pet insurance plans, but not many pet parents are aware of this. Healthy Paws requires a recent clinical evaluation to establish the baseline health of its pets.