Emergency & Specialty Care Coverage for Your Pet

Sometimes, despite all our efforts to keep the entire family healthy, your pet may get sick or be in an accident that requires critical care. While any pet health issue is stressful, emergency medical care and specialty medical care can be very costly and add additional financial stress. Fortunately, Pets Best can provide support when your family and pet need it most by offering emergency and specialty care coverage for your pet with a variety of pet health plans and coverage options. The greatest value of pet insurance is when these unexpected medical expenses arise, including emergency and specialized medical care.

Terms and conditions apply. See policy for details.

Unexpected Accidents and Illnesses

A pet emergency can involve urgent care, hospitalization, surgery, medication and follow-up care which can cost thousands of dollars. Pets Best Accident Only policies can cover conditions including:

  • Broken bones
  • Accidental poisoning
  • Lacerations
  • Ingestion of foreign objects


Did you know... 4 out of 5 pet will have a medical emergency in their lifetime

If a pet is diagnosed with an illness that requires emergency or specialty care, a Pets Best BestBenefit Accident and Illness Plan will provide maximum peace of mind and maximum coverage. These plans are designed to cover a wide range of accidents and illnesses pets might encounter during their lives.

  • Renal failure
  • Hypothyroidism
  • Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
  • Gastrointestinal emergencies (torsion)
  • Epilepsy

Specialty Care Coverage

Specialty medical care for pets has evolved so that pets can receive care from specialists, just like humans. Treatment for a pet emergency may even require specialist care which can cost thousands of dollars. Veterinary specialists range in practice from orthopedics to radiology, ophthalmology or oncology, and many others. Specialists are critical in treating many diagnoses, including conditions like cancer, or emergency conditions, such as seizures or heart defects.

Veterinary Specialists

  • Orthopedists
  • Oncologists
  • Internal medicine specialists
  • Ophthalmologists
  • Neurologists
  • Radiologists
  • Cardiologists

Not surprisingly, many pet parents struggle paying for unexpected medical expenses requiring specialist care and follow up without pet insurance. Additionally, Pets Best pet insurance provides coverage for surgical procedures should your pet require it as treatment for an accident or illness. This coverage extends to conditions that have not been found to pre-exist the policy.

Pet insurance, like all insurance, provides a benefit that may not always be apparent until an emergency or an illness. In that unfortunate situation, emergency pet insurance can make a big difference in the quality of care your pet receives. Similarly, the cost of routine pet health care can be greatly reduced with pet insurance and help ensure regular visits to the veterinarian for preventative care. Consider Pets Best for your pet insurance needs and review the various plans to find the best policy for your four-legged family member.