As you’re shopping around for pet insurance, it can help to hear the thoughts and opinions of real customers like Trista.

Two ASPCA Pet Health Insurance customers pose with their dog in front of a brick wall

“I am so very thankful for ASPCA Pet Insurance. The first year we only needed it for routine care, we didn’t even reach our $250 deductible amount for it to reimburse. The second year though, I was VERY THANKFUL we had it.

We don’t have children, our dog is our family. She came down with a nasty UTI costing about $3500 over 4 months' time. Our total cost after meeting the $250 deductible was only 10%, so about $575 total. That $3000 difference was the DIFFERENCE between having to make a hard decision–go into debt, or surrender our dog so she could get proper treatment. Without ASPCA Pet Health Insurance, those would have been our options and neither was one I’d be able to forgive myself for.”*

- Trista of Twentynine Palms, CA

We’re also proud to have an “Excellent” rating based on over 2,000 customer reviews at TrustPilot and a high overall satisfaction rating at ConsumerAffairs. You can read through ASPCA Pet Insurance reviews here or go to our page at the TrustPilot or ConsumerAffairs websites to check out all reviews. If you’re currently a customer, you’re welcome to add your own TrustPilot or ConsumerAffairs review by clicking the “Write a review” link at their website.

About TrustPilot

Founded in 2007, TrustPilot is a review platform committed to protecting the values of openness and transparency. They enable consumers to post honest feedback in a public space with nothing censored or hidden. They currently have over 90 million reviews of 40,000 sites and companies, including cat and dog insurance reviews.

They make it easy for people to post reviews with a simple five-star rating system and entry field for comments. They’re also dedicated to preventing fake reviews and other types of fraud with advanced technologies. For instance, their “fraud fingerprint” technology helps them pinpoint sources of fake reviews, reviewers, and scams.

Additionally, they do not allow companies to offer incentives as a way to increase the number of customer reviews. Incentives can have the unintended effect of encouraging people to write more positive reviews than they may have otherwise. TrustPilot’s goals is to create an open discussion that generates trust. Learn more about TrustPilot.


About ConsumerAffairs

ConsumerAffairs is an online marketplace where consumers can research products, write reviews, read buying guides, and find relevant news. Their objective is to provide people with the information they need to make smart shopping decisions. They are a for-profit company and not part of any government organization. The ConsumerAffairs website is free for consumers.

They’re committed to making sure their reviews are trustworthy. For instance, they require contact information from reviewers to help make sure they are real people. They also use intelligent software to maintain the integrity of reviews. ASPCA Pet Health Insurance is part of the ConsumerAffairs Accreditation Program, which offers businesses certain benefits, such as helping to collect reviews.

*The statement is attributable only to the person quoted and does not represent the opinion of ASPCA® Pet Health Insurance or any person or entity associated with ASPCA® Pet Health Insurance.