Pet Insurance

Pet insurance is the human health insurance equivalent, but for your pet. Having your dog or cat protected by a good health insurance plan can put your mind at ease knowing that large unexpected medical bills will be covered. Canine Journal helps you find the best pet insurance plan for your needs.

Trupanion vs Healthy Paws: A Pet Insurance Showdown

Trupanion vs Healthy Paws

Pet insurance is a great proactive solution if you sign up before a health emergency arises for your dog. It’s your responsibility to think ahead in case something bad were to happen to your dog. Could you afford a cancer diagnosis for your dog? Perhaps Trupanion or Healthy Paws is the solution you need to reduce your financial risk. Find out which pet insurance provider is the top dog. We compare features and give you a side by side quote comparison to show you the different options…

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24PetWatch Insurance Reviews: A Complicated Claims Process?

Dog hanging out of car window

If you consider your pet part of the family, then why not make sure your dog has health insurance like the rest of your family? Just like with humans, pets can become ill or get in accidents when you least expect it. The good news is, pet insurance can help save your family from drowning in debt and keep your canine companion alive and thriving. 24PetWatch is one of a number of popular pet insurance companies. See how they compare to the pack…

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ASPCA Pet Insurance Review (& Hartville): Don’t Let The Name Fool You!

Dog running through water with toy in mouth

Is your search for affordable yet quality pet insurance taking a bite out of your time and patience? There are many great plans out there, but it’s hard to know which is the best one for you and your pup. You may have come across ASPCA Pet Insurance and think it could be an excellent option since it has a prominent and trustworthy brand name. What you probably don’t know? This pet insurance agency (C&F Insurance Agency, Inc.) pays a royalty fee to use the ASPCA mark, but is not affiliated in any other way with the ASPCA…

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Trupanion Reviews: What Makes This Pet Insurance Unique?

Girl and dog running through yard

You turned your back for one minute and now Fido has a stomach full of bathroom trash. Yuck! You take him to the vet and have an x-ray done and see all the q-tips, bobby pins and, oh no, a part of an old razor blade. Things just got really scary for you. The vet performs surgery and thankfully, Fido will be okay. However, your bank account is in some real pain now. Had you signed up for pet insurance, you may not have had to pay as much for the vet bills. ..

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Pets Best Review: Putting Your Pets First

Two golden labs in bed

Fido got hit by a car. You immediately rush him to the vet for emergency care, thankfully he’ll live. After surgery and some casts for his broken bones, he will be back to normal in a few months. Although he will heal, your bank account is hurting bad and may not recover for much longer. Thousands of dollars in vet bills are causing struggles and you are beating yourself up about not signing up for pet insurance sooner…

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Petplan Insurance Reviews: Is It The Most Comprehensive?

Pug with bone in mouth

Petplan was our #1 pick for pet insurance for several years in a row due to its outstanding customer service, excellent coverage and low prices. However, competitors stepped up and offered more coverage for less money, pushing Petplan down to third place. In 2016, Petplan changed its underwriter, which caused a whirlwind of complaints from existing customers. Complaints revolve mainly around premiums increasing drastically and in some cases even doubling for existing customers…

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Is Healthy Paws The Best Pet Insurance?

Dog's paws in sand

Healthy Paws pet insurance is our #1 pick for best pet health insurance. Healthy Paws took the gold medal because it has a history of great customer service, annual deductible (vs per incident) and unlimited lifetime benefits. You get to choose how you want to pay by deciding your annual deductible and the percentage of the vet bill that you’ll be reimbursed for when you sign-up for your initial plan…

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How to Not Break the Bank with Pet Wellness Plans

Dog with barbell in mouth: Pet Wellness Plans

Many pet parents don’t realize that pet insurance differs from human health insurance in that most veterinary pet insurance plans don’t cover routine wellness visits and other services. They are designed to help you manage your budget for unplanned emergencies or illnesses that could break the bank. If you are looking for a plan to cover routine visits instead, there are still options to get coverage for pet wellness visits…

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