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You never know when something will happen.

In the event of an accident or illness, it’s good to have pet insurance in your back pocket. Coverage can make it easier to say yes to the care your vet recommends.


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Protection for:

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Hereditary conditions

Hereditary conditions

Behavioral issues

Behavioral issues

Dental disease

Dental disease


And more

also available:

Accident-Only Coverage

Protection for costly mishaps like swallowed socks, broken bones, and toxic ingestions

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Preventive Care Coverage

Add-on coverage for wellness services, like vaccines and screenings, for a little more per month

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What do all these pet insurance terms mean?

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Tight budget? No prob.

We don’t want cost to prevent anyone from protecting their best friend. That’s why 24Petprotect™ plans can be customized for a range of budgets.

Tips for customizing your coverage


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A higher deductible will lower your premium. When you choose a low deductible, your coverage will kick in faster, putting more money back in your pocket.


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If you want a higher return on your claims, select a higher reimbursement. 90% will give you the most cash back on covered vet expenses. For a lower premium, select a lower reimbursement.


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Pick the amount you think you’ll need to cover accidents and illnesses in one year. If you’re not sure, we recommend going with $3,000.

See rates for a pet insurance plan.

Common pet insurance questions