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The Basics of Pet Health Insurance

Breedsecure Trial Details and Coverage Explained

The Basics

We all want to protect our pets from harm, but no matter how much love and care we provide, accidents and illness are still beyond our control.

Petsecure removes financial concerns in crucial times

Petsecure gives you confidence and peace of mind, knowing that when you need it most, you can provide your pet with the very best veterinary treatment and care.


What's Covered on my Trial?

We cover up to 80% of your vet bill for the following:
Accident Coverage
Illness Coverage

Includes diagnostics, x-rays, hospitalization, surgery, medicine and more.

Test and Medication Coverage

Petsecure's plans cover exam fees, tests like MRIs and CAT scans and even prescriptions. There's no fine print excluding part of your veterinary visit!


What Are The Benefits of Continuing Coverage?

Secure for Life

Start a paid policy before your trial expires and experience seamless coverage. Anything that was covered on your trial policy will continue to be covered along with any new accidents or illnesses.

Dental Coverage

All four of Petsecure's plans includes comprehensive dental coverage. You can use your dental coverage for an annual cleaning or problems with your pet's teeth and/or gums.

Preventative Care

For those who want to ensure everything is covered, there's Petsecure's Secure 4 plan, which incorporates comprehensive annual wellness care.

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What Will I Receive from Petsecure?

You'll receive a welcome package from Petsecure either in the mail or via e-mail (depending on your preferred communication method). This package will include information on your trial policy along with a personalized quote for your new pet. During the six weeks of your trial we'll contact you to answer any questions you may have about your trial or pet health insurance. The free trial will automatically expire after six weeks unless you continue with a Petsecure plan.

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How Can I Make A Claim?

If you need to make a claim, click the link below to download a claim form with instructions.

Your veterinarian may also have claim forms at their practice.