Safety First comes with Senior Pet Insurance
Like humans, as pets age they become more prone to illness and injury; but that doesn’t mean they don’t still deserve all of our love and extra special care. After years of unconditional love and loyalty, the least your senior pet can expect is a warm bed, good food and medical care when needed. This is where senior pet insurance comes to the fore.
Costs can add up quite quickly when you’re trying to take good care of your senior pet’s health. Fortunately, USAPetCover.com’s pet insurance plans have no age limit, so you can cover your senior pet and get the same benefits as someone insuring their puppy or kitten (pre-existing conditions excluded).
The age at which pets are considered senior depends on their breed; for example, Great Danes are senior at 6 years old, while Yorkies are only senior at 10 years old. Cats tend to be considered senior at 12 years old.
At USAPetCover.com, your pet qualifies for our family (multi-pet) plans up until they are 10 years old. But your insurance doesn’t stop there. After your pet turns 10, they come off the multi-plan policy and get their own policy with unique benefits for senior pets.
What is covered in senior pet insurance?
USAPetCover.com’s senior pet insurance provides the same coverage for older dogs and cats as puppies, kittens and teens, including:
- Accidents, injuries and surgeries
- Cruciate ligaments
- Exam fees, x-rays and ultrasounds
- Diagnostic tests
- Hereditary, congenital and chronic conditions
- Cancer and hip dysplasia
- Emergency care
- Holistic care
- Alternative therapies
If you are late to pet insurance, you can rest assured that you don’t have to switch vets to fit in with an approved network of veterinarians. You can stay with your current vet who has been treating and caring for your elderly dogs or cats all their lives.
In addition to standard coverage, there are several add-ons that you can choose to provide extra care for your senior pet, including routine wellness coverage that includes vet exams, vaccinations, routine screens, behavior training and prevention treatments for fleas and heartworm.
It’s never too late to get pet insurance with USAPetCover.com. Unlike many other pet insurers, we don’t have an upper age limit for dogs and cats, so you can get insurance for your senior pet and ensure that they always get the best medical care and treatment they deserve. Repay your elderly pets for years of companionship by getting a quote for comprehensive and affordable senior pet insurance now.