I have two young puppies insured through ASPCA under their level 3 plan with continuing care. Level 3 includes wellness care. An unfortunate string of accidents and illness in their early months had us running to the vet almost weekly for a short time. I found that ASPCA's "reasonable and customary" reimbursement rates fell far short of my vet bills when it comes to non-routine care: x-rays, ekg's, etc. They also have a pretty lengthy list of expenses that are "exclusions" and are ineligible fore reimbursement. I have calculated that my actual reimbursement on vet expenses has averaged between 30% to 50% per claim, which pretty much defeats the purpose of having insurance. In my opinion, this insurance is a poor value for the hefty monthly premium, especially in light of the fact that they do not cover hereditary and congenital conditions. This basically negates coverage for most major issues a dog is likely to have outside of accidents.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel