My wife and I have been going back and forth for several years on whether or not we should get Pet Insurance for our dog Jada. I didn't feel it was worth the expense vs other existing Financial Obligations. This past September I finally gave in and we decided to research getting Jada insured.
After comparing companies, plans, costs, deductibles, and coverages we decided on ASPCA Pet Insurance with extended coverage. It's already proven to be a worthy investment.
A short time after the policy went into affect we noticed a lump on Jada's underside. We took her to the vet and the first visit they gave her a shot and mediation to see if the lump would shrink in size. It was determined on the follow up visit that she needed to have the lump removed and biopsied to see if it was a cancerous tumor. Within a week of the follow up we found another lump along her ribcage and it was back to the vet once again. The surgery was scheduled for the Monday following Christmas and all went well. Within a week we got the results and found out that it wasn't cancerous and our little girl will be just fine. The total for all the visits, shots, medication, surgery, and biopsy exceeded $600.00 which we had to pay prior to submitting our Insurance Claim. The process for completing the Claim for and submission was painlessly easy. Everything was done online. We received email confirmation when the claim was received followed by a claim number to follow up if needed. In the end