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Healthy Paws vs Pets Best Insurance

When comparing Healthy Paws to Pets Best, pet parents should seriously consider Pet's Best's extensive coverage restrictions and their annual and lifetime claim caps.

  • Healthy Paws
  • Pets Best
Unlimited Lifetime Benefits
with No Claim Limits
No Restrictions on Hereditary
and Congenital Conditions1
Customer Rating
at PetInsuranceReview.comPetInsurance Review.com
9.8 8.7

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Hereditary and Congenital Coverage Restrictions
Pets Best has limited coverage for hereditary conditions, whereas Healthy Paws does not restrict coverage on these expensive-to-treat conditions. Some genetic conditions have stipulations not easily found in the terms and conditions of the Pets Best plan. For example, there’s a one-year waiting period for coverage of cruciate ligament injuries.

Pets Best Limits Your Benefits and Claim Payouts
Pets Best has $1,000 to $20,000 annual limits in addition to their lifetime limits (as little as $5,000 of coverage for the lifetime of a pet). That’s a lot of limits on your claim reimbursements. Pets get sick. Accidents happen. Just watch Atlas’s story to see one example of how veterinary bills add up. Healthy Paws provides you and your pet with unlimited benefits for life.

Atlas Story

Customer Rating
When you have a complicated pet insurance plan like Pets Best, it makes it that much more difficult to deliver exceptional customer service. Customers simply may not understand what’s covered and what’s not.

That’s why we created an easy-to-understand plan that covers everything that matters. Our customers think so, too, by giving Healthy Paws the highest rating at Pet Insurance Review, Consumers Advocate, and many more review sites.

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1Healthy Paws includes lifetime coverage for hip dysplasia when you enroll your pet before the age of six. It is excluded from coverage if you enroll your pet when they are 6 and older. There is a twelve-month waiting period before coverage takes effect in all states except MD and NH. If signs or symptoms of hip dysplasia are noted by your veterinarian before your enrollment or during the twelve-month waiting period, hip dysplasia will be considered pre-existing and will not be covered.

This information is provided as a helpful pet insurance comparison guide between Healthy Paws and Pets Best. Plans change on occasion and we recommend that all pet parents complete their own research.

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