Major Medical Plan

 

Overview

A major medical plan is the base level pet insurance plan. They are by far the most common type of pet insurance plans purchased, accounting for over 98% of all policies sold.

This type of policy covers veterinary treatment for unexpected health issues like broken bones, torn ligaments and long-term diseases like cancer.

 

Coverage Chart

Pet insurance provides coverage for unexpected health issues when your dog or cat gets injured or sick. Plans pay up to 90% of your actual, total veterinary bills. Here is a list of health issues and treatments that are covered by pet insurance plans.

Coverage Standard Policy
Emergency Care
Accidents
Illnesses
Cancer Coverage
Orthopedic Issues
Hereditary Conditions
Prescription Meds
Routine Care O
Pre-Existing Conditions X

 

Unfortunately, pet insurance does not cover pre-existing conditions, so it’s important to enroll while your pet is healthy and young. They are the most common and provide the most benefit if your dog or cat suffers from a serious injury or chronic health condition.

You can add a wellness & routine care plan to you accident & illness policy for additional coverage for additional cost. There are three primary levels of pet insurance coverage available to meet your needs and budget.

 

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