What if your pet got hurt or sick?

Like our own health crises, pets' medical emergencies never happen when you expect them. Many times, an unexpected vet bill means a big debt or drained savings. Or even saying no to treatment. Pet insurance reimburses you for covered veterinary bills, so you can focus more on your pet's care—not the cost.

What does pet insurance cover?

Veterinary pet insurance typically covers pets for injuries and illnesses. With ASPCA Pet Health Insurance, you can also cover your pet for wellness care, hereditary and congenital conditions, alternative therapies and behavioral issues. Start a free quote to see your options.

Injuries

Illnesses

Advanced Care

Wellness


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The cost of veterinary care is rising

Today, more veterinary treatment options are available when our pets are hurt or sick. That's great news—though it comes at a cost. In fact, one dog's cancer treatment cost nearly $7,000! And a cat who swallowed some yarn had vet bills of more than $4,000.+

ASPCA Pet Health Insurance can help you give your pets the quality veterinary care they need. And you're free to visit any licensed veterinarian in the US or Canada—even specialists and emergency clinics.

COST OF VET CARE

2006 - 2014

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Source: American Pet Products Association,
Press Releases 2006-2014


How much does it cost?

Your premium will depend on the plan you choose, your geographic area and the breed, species and age of your pet. Start a free quote now to see how affordable pet insurance can be.

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How does it work?

  1. Pay Your Vet Bill
  2. Submit A Claim
  3. Get Cash Back, Fast