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When it comes to pet insurance, it's important to do your research as the coverage from different providers varies. The range of options, extra add-ons, and exclusions can make it difficult to compare plans.

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The easy-to-understand Healthy Paws plan covers all new accidents and illnesses without any annual or lifetime caps on payouts.



Trusted by more than 500,000 pet parents, here's why:

Trusted by more than 500,000 pet parents, here's why:

Consideration Healthy Paws Pets Best
No payout caps
on any plans
Alternative care
and genetic
conditions
coverage
included in all
plans
Reimbursement
method based on
the vet bill (not
on a benefit
schedule)
Annual
deductible (not
per condition)
App for easy and
fast claims
processing
Foundation
dedicated to pet
welfare
Consumers
Advocate rating
(Consumers
Advocate.org)*
4.9 3.9
   Included        
   Not included or some exclusions


   Included        
   Not included or some exclusions

Customer Reviews

Three other reasons to consider Healthy Paws over Pets Best: Three other reasons to consider Healthy Paws over Pets Best:

1. While there is no annual limit for Pets Best's most expensive plan, other plans have an annual claim payout limit of $5,000.

2. The Healthy Paws plan covers rehabilitative, acupuncture, and chiropractic care. Only the most expensive plan by Pets Best covers these treatments.

3. Pets Best has a bilateral condition clause that says if there was a pre-existing bilateral condition, the other side won't be covered. This extends to any condition that might affect one side of the body including cataracts, patellar luxation, and more. The Healthy Paws plan has only one bilateral exclusion for cruciate ligament injuries.



Choose Healthy Paws if you're looking for... Choose Healthy Paws if you're looking for...

A plan where you don't have to worry about maxing out your benefits on an annual or lifetime basis and you want to take advantage of alternative treatments.

If you have a pet older than 14 years, Pets Best might be a good option as they will enroll pets at any age. Though the Healthy Paws plan insures pets of all ages over eight weeks, they must be enrolled before they turn 14 years of age.

With an easy-to-understand plan and team of vet techs, pet parents, and compassionate customer care specialists, you can relax knowing that we'll be here to help you get your pet back on their paws.

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*Ratings from ConsumersAdvocate.org as of July 2020.


Coverage is subject to the language of the policies as actually issued. The comparison contained herein was prepared solely by Healthy Paws Pet Insurance based upon good faith, objective reading of the language of the basic policy forms and/or endorsements and highlights selected coverages of the policies referenced as of July 1, 2020 and is subject to change without notice. To receive the latest information about Pets Best available plans, please visit their website.


1Healthy Paws includes 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.