Pet Insurance: Quotes for 2016's Best Maximum Coverage PlansPet Insurance
Aug 2014
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Pet insurance won't cover costs for any condition that your pet showed signs of before the start date of the policy. (Medical records or a vet exam might be required to establish your pet's health). But, pet insurance will cover new conditions and accidents. Also, all the pet insurance plans here will cover conditions that your pet might have been born with but haven't showed up yet. These are called hereditary or congenital conditions. So it's still important to get covered!

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Maximum Coverage Pet Insurance Plans

Pekingese dogA maximum coverage pet insurance plan is designed for the pet owners who want the peace of mind that comes with premier pet insurance coverage. This is a great option for pet owners who want all the bells and whistles of a comprehensive insurance plan. Maximum coverage plans (also called premier, gold, or comprehensive plans) will offer the most amount of coverage.

What does this plan cover?
A maximum coverage plan is a great option for those who want to ensure the best care available for their pet. These comprehensive pet insurance plans will cover almost everything, including:

◦   Hereditary and congenital conditions
◦   Chronic conditions
◦   Prescription medications
◦   Diagnostic testing
◦   Primary and specialized veterinary exams
◦   Blood tests
◦   MRI, CAT scan and ultrasound imaging
◦   Alternative and holistic therapies
◦   Surgery
◦   Hydrotherapy
◦   Behavioral treatment
◦   Physical therapy

What about wellness care?
Maximum coverage plans will typically either include routine wellness coverage or offer it as an additional option.

How much does it cost?

Maximum coverage not only covers more services than other plans, they also likely to pay out a higher amount of veterinary bills; because these plans are the most comprehensive, they are also the most expensive plans. Many insurance companies will offer flexible deductibles, percentage of reimbursement, and maximum coverage amounts so that you can customize your plan to fit your budget. Find out more about insuring your pet with maximum coverage by requesting a free quote today.