In a Nutshell
- Reimbursements of 70%, 80%, or 90% by direct deposit
- High annual coverage limits with choices up to unlimited
- 14-day waiting period for illnesses, ligament and knee conditions
- Pre-existing conditions not covered
- Free online quote available in seconds
- Customizable coverage options
- Simple, online self-service with the Member Center
Hartville Pet Insurance’s recommended plan covers exams, diagnostics, and treatment when your pet gets hurt or sick. It’s a complete package for all kinds of incidents that could occur throughout your pet’s life – from minor ones to serious ones, common ones to rare ones.
You have the option to add coverage for preventive care to your plan for a little more per month. If you add this extra coverage, you’ll be reimbursed a set amount for services that help protect your pet from illnesses, like vaccines and screenings. You also have the option to choose Accident-Only Coverage, which takes care of exams, diagnostics, and treatment just when your pet gets hurt.
What are the Limits and Deductibles?
Hartville Pet Insurance plans allow you to select your annual coverage limit, with options from $5,000 to unlimited. The limit resets every year.
You also get to choose your annual deductible. You have choices of $100, $250, or $500.
The optional preventive care coverage does not have a deductible. Reimbursement for covered preventive services can start immediately.
Value for Money
Care for certain conditions can lead to thousands of dollars in vet bills. Hartville Pet Insurance offers high annual coverage limits so that you can have coverage available for your pet. Because this coverage can be customized, you can get the coverage limit you need at a rate that works for you.
Dogs and cats 8 weeks and over are eligible for coverage. No pet is too old to be covered with a Hartville Pet Insurance plan. However, your premium will increase as your pet ages.
The Fine Print: What’s not covered
Like all pet insurance plans Hartville Pet Insurance plans have some exclusions. The plan includes pre-existing conditions, cosmetic procedures, and breeding costs.
It defines a pre-existing condition as a health problem that occurs before your coverage begins or during a waiting period. It’s important to note that coverage for illnesses, ligaments issues, and knee conditions starts on the 15th day after your policy’s effective date.
Some examples of cosmetic procedures are ear cropping or claw removal. Breeding costs refer to expenses associated with pregnancy.
Insuring your pet with Hartville Pet Insurance is fast and easy. This provider strives to provide the best coverage while keeping the cost low for pet parents. The plan options are flexible, there is excellent customer support, and a modern online experience.