At Pets Best Insurance, we pride ourselves on being an innovative company. Our President and Founder, veterinarian Dr. Jack Stephens, founded pet insurance in the United States over 30 years ago. We continuously gather client feedback so our plans fit the needs and budgets of pet owners.
Three Types of Pets Best Insurance Plans
1. BestBenefit plans
BestBenefit plans cover the diagnosis and treatment of accidents and illnesses. You can choose a deductible as low as $0, and a reimbursement level up to 100%.
Examples of coverage include: accidents, illnesses, prescription medications, emergency care, specialist care, acupuncture, chiropractic care and hereditary conditions.
2. Plans for Specific Conditions
We also have plans that cover accidents only, cancer only, or specific feline illnesses. These plans can be purchased separately or added to a BestBenefit plan for increased benefits for the specific conditions covered. You can choose a deductible as low as $0, and a reimbursement level up to 100%. A Pets Best Insurance sales agent can help you review your coverage options.
The Accident Only plan covers the treatment of accidents, including exams, X-rays, surgeries, hospitalization and medications.
You may want to add this plan to a BestBenefit plan if your dog is at a high risk for accidents. For instance, if you live near a busy road, on a farm, or you have an “escape artist” dog that loves to find trouble.
The Cancer Only plan covers the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, including exams, blood work, surgeries, medications and chemotherapy. Cancer Only plans start at $8 per month.
You may want to add this plan to a BestBenefit plan if you have a breed that is prone to cancer, like Boxers, Golden retrievers, German shepherds, Rottweilers and Doberman pinschers.
The Feline Illness plan covers the diagnosis and treatment of feline illnesses, including diabetes and kidney failure. Feline Illness plans start at $4 per month.
Feline Illness plans may be a great option for older cats who aren’t very active, but may face illnesses in the future.
3. BestWellness Routine Care Coverage
Routine care coverage helps pay for your pet’s regular veterinary visits. Routine checkups, dental cleanings and blood work may help to catch disease early and ensure a longer, happier life for your pet. It’s an excellent way to budget for your pet’s expected medical expenses.
BestWellness coverage includes: vaccinations, spay/neuter, annual exam, blood work and teeth cleaning.
The BestWellness Plan can be added to any BestBenefit plan at enrollment or annual renewal for $22 per month. There is no deductible to meet, and annual benefits for covered services are up to $480 for dogs and $545 for cats.