Pet insurance is growing in popularity because it lets you pay a premium in exchange for reimbursement on pet healthcare costs. Keep your veterinary care costs down while keeping your furry friend happy, healthy and in prime health.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Pet Insurance
Is there pet insurance for exotic pets?
Yes, pet insurance for exotic pets exists, but it is not all that common. Carriers like Nationwide and PetAssure have options you can review.
Will my vet’s office file my pet insurance claims?
No. Vet’s offices do not generally file pet insurance claims unless you visit a Banfield location where your insurance comes from the same company that owns the veterinary hospital. Otherwise, veterinary offices bill you, you pay and you seek reimbursement from your insurance carrier.
What is the difference between a congenital and a pre-existing condition?
Congenital conditions are those that a pet might suffer from later in life due to their breed, but their symptoms are not yet evident. In these cases, pet insurance carriers will cover your pet because there are no symptoms. A pre-existing condition is any medical situation where symptoms are already present.