Top 10 Pet Insurance of 2017
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- Consistently #1 in customer satisfaction, A+ BBB
- Chosen by almost 90% of Consumers Advocate visitors
- Comprehensive illness and accident coverage
- Unlimited lifetime benefits + no claim caps!
- Annual deductible (recommended)
- Free mobile app & no claims forms
- Comprehensive Coverage (includes vet exam fee!)
- Flexible annual reimbursement up to Unlimited
- Choose Annual Deductible from $100-$1,000
- 24/7 Customer Service – top rated, always available
- Use any veterinarian in the US or Canada
- Fast, paperless claim reimbursement via Petplan App
- 10% Online Discount & Free Barkbox Offer
- Strong Illness & Accident Coverage - Use Any Vet
- Optional wellness plan & Rx coverage covers spay/neuter
- Benefits limited to $15k/yr
- Customizable Annual Deductible from $200-$1000
- First and largest pet insurer in the US
- Whole Pet & Wellness Plan covers spay/neuter
- Insurers most birds and exotic pets!
- $250 annual deductible with Unlimited Claims
- Covers congenital and hereditary conditions
- A+ rated with Better Business Bureau
- Short waiting period before coverage begins
- Hereditary, congenital & chronic conditions
- No exam required
- Coverage for exam fees
- No Lifetime Limits
- Unlimited Plan Option
- Reasonably good coverage
- No hereditary or congenital condition limitations
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Best Pet Insurance: Summed Up
|1||Healthy Paws||Best Overall|
|2||Petplan||Coverage, Benefit Limits|
|3||Embrace||Coverage, Reimbursement Models|
|4||Nationwide||Coverage, Benefit Limits|
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Weighing the Essential Qualities
Coverage - 20%
Benefit Limits - 15%
Deductibles - 10%
Reimbursement Models - 10%
Claims & Service - 15%
Costs - 15%
Reviews - 15%