Compare Healthy Paws and PetFirst Pet Insurance Policies
When comparing Healthy Paws to PetFirst Pet Insurance, pet parents should seriously consider PetFirst's lifetime payout limits and per condition deductibles.
|What to Consider||Healthy Paws||PetFirst|
|No limits on any plans: no per-incident, annual or lifetime caps on payouts.|
|Deductible Type||Annual||Per Condition|
|Customer Rating at ConsumersAdvocate.org||9.8||7.9|
Limits on Claim Payouts
PetFirst has a per condition deductible that range between $50 and $500 dollars. This requires their customers to pay the full deductible with each new condition, which typically reduces claim reimbursement during the course of the policy year. Healthy Paws deductibles are based on the pet's policy year to maximize claim reimbursements.
They also have lifetime claim payout limits that range from $2,000 to $10,000. With advances in pet medical care, veterinary bills can easily exceed those limits, leaving a pet parent with a large amount to pay. Healthy Paws has one simple plan that provides you and your pet with no maximum payout limits; no per incident, annual or lifetime caps on payouts. If your pet suffers a serious injury or illness, you'll be glad that your coverage doesn't top out. Just watch Atlas's story to see one example of how veterinary bills add up.
The options available from PetFirst vary so much, which makes the policy confusing and difficult to navigate. This can lead to complicated decisions, and it makes it that much more challenging to deliver exceptional customer service. Customers simply may not understand what's covered and what's not.
Healthy Paws has created an easy-to-understand plan that covers new accidents and illnesses. Our customers agree and have given Healthy Paws the highest rating at Consumers Advocate, Canine Journal, and many more review sites.
This information is provided as a helpful pet insurance comparison guide between Healthy Paws and PetFirst. Plans change on occasion and we recommend that all pet parents complete their own research.