Compare Pets Best vs. Healthy Paws Pet Insurance
We believe in providing a non-biased comparison to better inform you of the similarities and differences between common plan and service items that customers routinely ask about.
When comparing coverage, Healthy Paws and Pets Best Pet Insurance both have annual plans with a variety of deductible and reimbursement options, accident and illness pet insurance plans with full hereditary and congenital coverage, an unlimited annual and lifetime benefit plan, and prescription medications.
Pets Best offers two tiers of wellness coverage for your pet's regularly scheduled vet visits, and has coverage for accident and illness exam fees. We also have no upper age limits for enrolling older pets with accident and illness coverage over the age of 14.
When comparing Claims and Customer Commitment, Pets Best has more customer support options with email and chat support capabilities. We also offer a 24/7 Pet Helpline for all pet parents to be able to talk or live chat with veterinary experts with any question you have concerning your pet's health.
Check out the comparison chart below to learn more.
|Pets Best||Healthy |
|Unlimited Annual & Lifetime Benefit Plan|
|Optional Accident and Illness Exam Fee Coverage|
|Prescription Medication Coverage|
|Full Hereditary and Congenital Coverage|
|Routine Care Coverage|
|No Upper Age Limits on Accident & Illness Plans|
|Submit Claims from Any Device|
|Optional Vet Direct Pay|
|Online Policy and Claims Management|
|Phone, Chat, and Email Support|
|24/7 Pet Helpline|
A Real Pet Insurance Quote Example
Lewis, 3 / Mixed Breed Dog
Meet Lewis - a real pet quoted with Pets Best and Healthy Paws*
|Pets Best||Healthy Paws|
|90% Covered||90% Covered|
|$250 Annual Deductible||$250 Annual Deductible|
|Unlimited Annual Limit||Unlimited Annual Limit|
* Quotes obtained online on 8/25/2020 using a 3 year old mixed breed dog in San Diego, CA 92132 with the maximum allowable annual or per incident limit from each company. Sample pricing does not include any extra fees, taxes, or administrative charges.