Pays for any routine wellness office visit and/or wellness exam given by your vet as part of their routine preventative care. There are no limits to how many visits your pet can make!
There are no networks, and you can use any vet of your choice!
Routine bloodwork and diagnostic tests are carried out by your vet to check things like blood panels, complete blood counts, liver panels, pancreas panels, thyroid panels, muscle and bone panels, heartworm antigen tests, urinalysis or fecal testing.
Vaccines and boosters are essential to keep your pet fit and healthy by protecting against an array of illnesses including Bordatella, Leptospira, Lyme Disease, Influenza and Rabies.
Puppies normally have 3-4 rounds of vaccines, and thereafter boosters are usually every 12 months.
Deworming is carried out by your vet to check your pet’s stool to see if it has worms or eggs. If confirmed, your vet will give your pet medicine by mouth or in a shot to kill the worms.
Pays for ANY flea, tick & heartworm prevention meds, including Nexgard, Bravecto, Trifexix, Sentinel, Frontline, Capstar, Simparica + K9 Advantix.
Recommended Tip: Using retailers such as Costco, PetCare Rx, Chewy, 1-800-PetMeds or Allivet for flea, tick & heartworm meds can usually save you around 30% vs. buying meds from your vet.
Dental cleaning is carried out by your vet and is crucial to help keep your pet risk-free from periodontal disease, which can be terribly painful and very expensive to treat. Coverage includes anesthesia, oral exams and cleaning.
Spay/neuter surgery is carried out by your vet, and coverage includes anesthesia, surgery and prescribed drugs.
This is the amount you can spend per yeaer with your plan, across the different wellness treatments. You can see how much you'll save vs. buying treatments individually below.'