With Healthy Paws, you can give your pet the medical care they need. The top-rated cat insurance & dog insurance plans cover accidents, illnesses, cancer, emergency care, genetic and hereditary conditions, breed-specific conditions, and alternative care.
At MetLife Pet Insurance, we get it — pets are like family. When a member of the family becomes sick or injured, you do whatever it takes to fix it. But those veterinary costs can add up quickly, which is where MetLife Pet Insurance plans can come in.
Our pet insurance plans for dogs and cats can help reimburse you for unexpected vet bills. We can provide insurance for pets of all ages — even seniors — and you can customize your deductible and reimbursement rates so they work best for your pet’s needs and your budget.
Insurance for Your Dog?
Pet insurance can help reimburse you for your dog’s covered and approved vet bills, which may help you worry less about your finances and focus on what really matters — your dog’s health. The yearly cost of health-related expenses for dogs can range from $534 – $1,285.1. That means you might spend upward of $19,000 just on medical care over the course of a dog’s 15-year life. Or you could pay a premium starting at $15 a month for a dog insurance policy2 that can help reimburse you for costly medical expenses. A MetLife Pet Insurance policy can potentially help you save, allowing you to make decisions about your dog’s health without cost being the deciding factor.
Many pet owners may not realize how expensive unexpected veterinary bills can be. Treatment for problems like cancer, an ingested foreign object or torn ligaments can cost thousands of dollars at the vet. Pet insurance can be a good way to cover these costs. Without it, you would have to pay the entire emergency vet bill out of pocket.
But not all pet insurance companies are the same. You’ll find differences in the types of plans, coverage selections, benefits, prices and extras. We evaluated 12 plans to find the best pet insurance companies.