I enrolled my dog in Healthy Paws after I got burned by the last insurance company I was dealing with. I have to admit I was a little skeptical because the company is fairly new and I did not want to be taken in again. Every time I called with any type of questions that I had someone was always there to answer and make sure I completely understood the answers. I have only been with them since January so my coverage is still new.
Two days ago my dog got sick, he was pooping and throwing up all over the place. I called his local vet and the Dr. was out at a conference until Friday, so they recommended I take him the the ER, I hesitated because I knew that taking him to the ER would run me a couple hundred bucks. So before I left I called Healthy Paws and right away someone answered the phone. I wanted to make sure that the visit would be covered. They told me exactly what would be covered and they even faxed the claim form directly over the the Animal Hospital for them to fill out.
So, after an examination, some blood work and medication it turned out my dog has pancreatitis which is really painful for him. I got the bill at the end of the visit and it was over $500.
The next day I faxed the claim over to them first thing in the morning and since this was my first claim I also included his records from his normal Vet. After I faxed it I called them to see if they received it and they confirmed that they did and also told me the first claim usually takes the