If your pet has an accident, one of the most important things to remember is to stay calm. Your pet needs you to think clearly and act smartly. Here are more tips that can help in case of an emergency:
You may also want to consider enrolling in ASPCA Pet Health Insurance before an unexpected accident or illness happens. This way, you can focus more on your pet’s health and less on the cost of care. Learn more about the benefits of pet insurance for your pet now.
*Sources: ASPCA.org and internal claims data. For details or a copy, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
+Customer stories are examples of recent claim payouts. Reimbursement is subject to the terms and conditions of your plan. Identifying information has been changed.
This is not a complete description of all coverage terms, conditions, and limitations; see your plan for a full description. Issuance of coverage is subject to underwriting. Discounts are subject to eligibility requirements. Specific products, features, and discounts may vary and may not be available in all states. Rates and coverage subject to change. Additional deductible and co-insurance options may be available.
ASPCA Pet Health Insurance is underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company and administered by Petsmarketing Insurance.com Agency, Inc., a subsidiary of the Hartville Group, Inc. Petsmarketing Insurance.com Agency, Inc. and the Hartville Group, Inc. are collectively and individually referred to as Hartville or Hartville Group. The ASPCA does not offer insurance. Through a strategic licensing agreement, in exchange for the use of ASPCA trademarks, the ASPCA is paid a royalty fee of up to 10% of the purchase price, with a minimum of $1.95 million to be recognized over at least three years.
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