What Does ASPCA Pet Insurance Cover?
ASPCA only provides pet insurance plans for cats and dogs, so you’ll have to look elsewhere if you’re an exotic pet owner.
There are two main insurance plans to choose from, both of which can be customized to help pet owners create a plan that best suits their needs and budget.
You can use any registered vet – regardless of location – as part of your policy.
The Complete Coverage plan offers all of the protection you could ever need if your pet is injured or becomes sick.
It covers the costs of examination and diagnostic fees for accidents, illnesses, hereditary conditions, and even behavioral issues – the latter of which isn’t usually covered by most other insurance providers.
If you’re confident you can keep your pets in tip-top condition, you may want to consider ASPCA’s Accident Only Coverage plan instead.
This covers the costs of examination and diagnostic fees for just accidents.
You won’t be protected against illnesses, hereditary conditions, and behavioral issues.
Like all plans, there are some exclusions. Some pre-existing conditions, cosmetic procedures, and breeding costs are not covered.