Pet insurance allows you to focus on your pet’s health—not how to pay for it.
Pet insurance can help pay veterinary expenses for a sick or injured dog or cat. It covers a wide range of services with no annual or lifetime limits. There is not a network of providers—you can use any licensed veterinarian. For a complete list of covered services, go to
Pet insurance is a voluntary benefit administered by Healthy Paws. You enroll for coverage directly with Healthy Paws. And you can add or drop coverage at any time during the year.
Paying for Coverage
You’ll pay your premiums by credit or debit card.
Things to Consider
When deciding whether to enroll in pet insurance, be sure to consider the following:
Your cost of coverage is based on the type of pet, breed, and age. Coverage is provided by pet. So if you have more than one, you can get a personalized quote for each.
Your Pet’s Needs
Does your pet need regular veterinary care? Are you paying a lot of money out of your pocket for veterinary care? If you answered “yes” to either question, having pet insurance could give you peace of mind.
Since you can add or drop coverage at any time, it’s easy to make a change if the need arises.