Out of 10

DO NOT SIGN UP! We signed up in case our dog needed another TPLO. VPI was the only pet insurance that claimed to cover TPLOs for dogs that have already had a TPLO. As long as the knee in question wasn't damaged prior to the 12 month probationary period, they claimed they would cover approximately $2,500 of the surgery and rehab costs. I've spoken to at least 4 different agents between the time I signed up up until my dog's TPLO last month. Each and every time they confidently assured me they'd cover it and that all I needed to do was make sure the surgery was after the 12 month probationary period. They were so reassuring I didn't think I needed proof of their verbal agreement to reimburse me for the TPLO costs. Well, I'm an idiot and out $5,000 (price of surgery and VPI monthly fee for the past year). My dog just had the surgery and they aren't covering any of it. DO NOT SIGN UP!

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knee / TPLO
Claim Amount
Over $1000

Catahoula Leopard

Age of Pet
1 - 8

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