In the world of pet insurance providers, we’re all working toward healthier pets. With so many different options, it can be time consuming and tricky to find the right one. It gets even more confusing when your pet is dealing with specific conditions like hip dysplasia. When it comes to pet health, we feel like Spot plans really hit the “Spot.”
You might have some questions about pet insurance policies. Comparing Spot plans to other plans you might be considering, such as Fetch Pet Insurance plans, can help you see differences.
Here’s what you need to know about how Spot plans differ from Fetch policies.
There are some key differences between Spot plans and Fetch plans. Take note of these differences between Fetch Insurance plans and Spot plans.
Fetch doesn’t offer preventative care coverage. They also require pet parents to take pets for preventative care visits to remain eligible for coverage.
To support pet parents with routine care and wellness visits, Spot has Preventive Care coverage options policyholders can add to their coverage for a little extra cost.
That’s just one example of how Spot plans are designed to help you — and make it easier for loving pet owners to take the best care possible of their pets.
Microchip implantation is quick and simple and can help pet parents reunite with lost pets. All policies provided by Spot cover the small procedure.
Fetch policies do not cover microchipping.
We know that many pet lovers can’t have just one fur baby! Spot is happy to provide a 10 percent multi-pet discount for all added pet policies. With Fetch, any added pets will still have a full-priced premium insurance plan.
Fetch requires new policyholders to take pets for an annual check-up and dental cleaning within six months of the policy start date to be eligible for coverage.
Spot plans do not have preventive care requirements for coverage eligibility.
We trust that you know your pet best and will bring them in to see the vet when you know they need assistance. That’s why Spot plans don’t just cover exam fees for eligible conditions, but also alternative therapies, like acupuncture, that are prescribed to treat eligible conditions.
Competitor comparison information:
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