Since you're here with us, you've already decided you want the very best for your furry family member. We're excited you're doing due diligence and learning about pet insurance with Prudent Pet. We're here to help you figure out which dog and cat insurance plan works best for your unique pet.
While researching pet insurance companies, you may start to have specific questions like, what does dog and cat preventive care include? Will my plan cover dental procedures? How about vaccines like Rabies and Bordetella? And what's the deal with pre-existing conditions, how come companies won't cover them? We have the answers to these questions and many more because we want your pets to enjoy good health and receive the best care possible.
Preventive care, also known as preventative care, includes routine wellness treatments that help prevent your pet from becoming ill. This routine care can include vaccines that protect your pet from viruses, such as Rabies or Parvovirus.
In most cases, it's easier to prevent illnesses than to treat them. Our preventive care add-ons help cover most preventive healthcare options either in full or can partially offset the cost of more expensive items like dental or flea and heartworm prevention. Learn more about preventive care for your pet now.
Our Accident and Accident+Illness policies will cover extractions due to injury (broken tooth), and our Accident+Illness policy will include cleaning and extraction secondary to periodontal disease as long as it isn't pre-existing. Brush up on what we cover for your pet's dental costs.
When you choose to vaccinate your pet, you're helping to protect them and others from infectious diseases that can spread to other animals and sometimes people. Some vaccinations like Rabies are also mandatory in most states. Explore vaccine reimbursements for dogs and cats.
Most pet insurance companies do not cover pre-existing chronic conditions. A pre-existing condition has occurred before the purchase of your policy or during the waiting period of the plan. Companies do not include these conditions because they would be taking on financial responsibility for a condition that began before the customer's coverage. Learn more about why pet insurance won't cover pet pre-existing conditions.
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