How do dog insurance plans compare?
- Check whether your pet is eligible. Puppies and kittens often must be a minimum of 6 to 10 weeks old to be insured, depending on the company.
- Decide how much coverage you want.
- Understand reimbursements and deductibles.
- Look for exclusions and waiting periods.
What is the most popular dog insurance?
|Embrace||Our Pick for Savings||4.5/5|
|Healthy Paws||Our Pick for Unlimited Coverage||4.2/5|
|Figo||Most Flexible Reimbursement Rates||4.5/5|
|Pumpkin||Our Pick for Preventative Care||4/5|
How much does a good dog insurance cost? Monthly premiums can range from as low as $10 to higher than $100, though most pet owners can expect to pay between $30 and $50 per month for a plan with decent coverage. Your pet’s age, species and breed, as well as where you live and the coverage you choose, all factor into your insurance rates.
What pet insurance does not increase premium? While most pet insurance companies do indeed raise premiums along with the pet’s age, there is one that doesn’t: Trupanion. All the rest that we looked at—including Embrace, Nationwide, and even ASPCA—increase premiums with age.