Health Insurance for Dogs and Puppies
The bond between humans and dogs spans the duration of our lives (and theirs). So, whether your (very) active puppy eats a sock or your older pooch develops hip dysplasia, dog health insurance plans can provide a financial safety net. Simply visit the veterinarian and submit your paid vet bill for reimbursement. As early as eight weeks and without upper age limits, you can find and customize a plan that’s right for your dog. And coverage will not end simply because of age, giving you more time to spend together on important things—like puppy play dates, fetch, and snuggles on the couch.
Health Insurance for Cats and Kittens
From an eight-week old kitten to a senior cat, our cat insurance plans cover Fluffy throughout her life to give you the freedom to focus on what’s important. You have the option to choose from one of three plans with reimbursement percentages and annual deductibles that suit your budget. Once you choose your plan options and sign up, the rest becomes easier. So, whether Fluffy has a urinary tract infection or takes a bite out of your Spring lily, for a manageable monthly fee, you can purchase a cat health insurance plan and reduce worry from unexpected veterinary costs for your cat’s medical care.
No one is permitted to sell, solicit or negotiate an insurance policy without a producer license in this state, and all prospects should be directed to Figo Pet Insurance. The information contained in this website is for illustrative purposes only and coverage under any pet insurance policy is expressly subject to the conditions, restrictions, limitations, exclusions and terms of the policy documentation issued by the insurer. Availability of this program is subject to each state’s approval and coverage may vary by state. Pet insurance policies are underwritten by Independence American Insurance Company (IAIC), a Delaware Insurance Company. Insurance plans and the Figo Pet Cloud are administered by Figo Pet Insurance, LLC. Live Vet is a separate non-insurance service unaffiliated with IAIC.