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10

out of 10

great insurance

This company covers even "alternatine" therapys!They are fast & great to work with
  • INSURER: Healthy Paws
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Pit Bull
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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1

out of 10

Does not reimburse claims

I have submitted every claim the same day of the appointment. I never would receive reimbursement and consistently had to speak with managers. In November I spoke with a manager who told me to send him ALL receipts/claims for reimbursement. Our vet pulled together all paperwork and was sent in. They then denied the claims and refuse to reimburse her vet expenses.I do not recommend this company to ANYONE
  • INSURER: 24PetWatch
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Mixed Breed
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

I'm very pleased so far.

My almost 12 year old Cockapoo has diabetes, CHF, and arthritis. We have her under her Vet's care. ASPCA has paid a good portion of the expensesAnd we are very satisfied with them.
  • INSURER: ASPCA
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Cockapoo
  • AGE OF PET: Over 8 years

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1

out of 10

NOT HAPPY Warning for those insuring multiple pets

I have several dogs insured with Embrace. The most recent dog's coverage started in March, but my renewal date (determined by the date of the first dog covered) is in mid-November.Any dog added to the policy, regardless of the date coverage starts, has the policy renewed in mid-Nov. THIS PRACTICE RESULTS IN MY LOSING 4 MONTHS OF COVERAGE!!! I have had to meet my $200 deductible AGAIN! I voiced my complaint with one of the founders of the company and was basically told 'that's the way it is' This is the second time this has happened to me...Overall, I'm happy with Embrace, but being charged a double deductible within in year is just not fair. Embrace, you are better than that.
  • INSURER: Embrace
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Newfoundland
  • AGE OF PET: Under a year

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10

out of 10

Great Service

We've always received great service with Embrace, and have always gotten prompt and friendly support. We would highly recommend getting Embrace Pet Insurance, it has paid for itself within the first year.
  • INSURER: Embrace
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Mexican Hairless Dog
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

Best customer experience and amazing value

Best customer experience and amazing value! With two cats, and knowing the history of pet health care costs through long experience, pet insurance seemed like a no-brainer. After reviewing the available options, the logical solution was to choose Figo. Why? Figo offers the most affordable and accessible plans. When you do the math, it makes good financial sense. More significantly though, as anyone who has ever filed an insurance claim knows, the claims process is usually not the most pleasant experience between a consumer and the insurer. But I have found that Figo has turned that notion on its head. Claims are incredibly easy to file, amazingly quick turnaround time is also a big plus. What really clinched it for me was the customer service reps. They are not only friendly, courteous and super helpful, some of them know oodles about pet health, all of which makes every call a great experience. I cannot find any reason to go back to the old insurance model, especially when I can do everything from my iPhone. (Too bad for the cats, we can't conduct their vet visits from an iPhone.)
  • INSURER: Figo
  • POSTED: 03/22/2018
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  • BREED: Mixed Breed
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

Amazing company

It is amazing to be able to rely in good companies like Embrace. They commit in their reimbursement and they they cover everything they promise. I always recommend them to my friends with furry kids!
  • INSURER: Embrace
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Mixed Breed
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

Peace of mind for the care of our pet Emily.

Everyone should have this valuable protection for their loved pet.This is something that gives you some comfort if your pet should have a serious health problem. We feel Embrace was there for our Emily just as they promised!
  • INSURER: Embrace
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Shih Tzu
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

Excellent Customer service

I have been a Embrace client since their inception and I have nothing but praise for their customer service , their rates and even their claim processing which has become a lot faster !!!I researched many companies before choosing Embrace for all my animals ! I have appreciated their compassion, always keeping your animals welfare first and foremost at all times !!! It is money well invested for my cat's welfare and I would absolutely recommend them to all animal lovers that want to obtain insurance for their pet !!!
  • INSURER: Embrace
  • POSTED: 05/09/2019
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  • BREED: American Shorthair
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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10

out of 10

Would never own a pet with out insurance

I have had Louise since she was just hours old. She was an orphaned kitten that I hand raised and bottle fed. When she was just over a year old my husband and I went away on vacation, after a few days the house sitter let us know that Louise had been vomiting after eating. When we got home, I could tell right away Louise was not well. She was swallowing over and over, crying in pain, and drooling. I brought her to the veterinary clinic, where with x-rays it was determined she had something lodged in her esophagus. Off to the specialty hospital we went for an endoscopy, they had to put a camera down her throat and into her stomach to see why she couldn't swallow. It turned out to be pieces of her food that were stuck. They also determined that her esophagus had very little almost no motility. The muscles didn't move and contract the way they should to make her swallow. They were also able to diagnose her with low/non functioning lower esophageal sphincter. So the bottom of her esophagus did not close all the way as it is supposed to. This was causing stomach acid to splash up into her throat, irritating her esophagus, and likely cause the low motility. We decided to treat her with a strong antacid, as well as a medication that would hopefully increase the muscle contraction and therefore motility of her esophagus. This helped, but Louise continued to vomit and regurgitate regularly, and have episodes of food getting stuck, she would become painful, dehydrated and required hospitalization multiple times, over the next 2 years. She had multiple ultrasounds, multiple endoscopy procedures, and lots of trial and error with medications and types of food that would agree with her. It was difficult watch her choke and struggle so often. The most recent episode of choking, she was hospitalized for almost a week, because we couldn't get the pain under control. The radiologist at the hospital recommended we try doing a fluoroscopy swallowing study, to figure out exactly where and why food always gets stuck. At last Louise was diagnosed with a hiatal hernia. The hole in her diaphragm for her esophagus was much too large, and part of her stomach was up in her chest. This is a rare condition in dogs, but extremely rare almost unheard of in cats. It was decided that Louise would go to surgery. During surgery, Louise had a stomach tube placed into the side of her abdomen, to facilitate feedings while she was recovering.
  • INSURER: Pets Plus Us
  • POSTED: 08/29/2017
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  • BREED: Domestic Longhair
  • AGE OF PET: 1 - 8

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