Fetch Pet Insurance vs. Pets Best pet insurance

Protecting your pet with Pets Best could be a costly decision.

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Get peace of mind with Fetch, the most comprehensive pet insurance around

Fetch protects over 300,000 pets and their pet parents, covering up to 90% on unexpected vet bills.

Fetch’s one simple plan covers what Pets Best does not, including:

The complete sick visit, including exam fees — saving you on average $50-$250 per appointment. You’ll pay more with Pets Best.

Up to $1,000 in behavioral therapy and medicine, unlike Pets Best.

Up to $1,000 in boarding fees should you require hospitalization for 4 days or more. Pets Best doesn’t do that.

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When it comes to holistic coverage, Fetch has you covered

Fetch’s one simple plan covers physical therapy, acupuncture, hydrotherapy and chiropractic care all at no extra charge.

Pets Best does not cover any of these things — unless you pay extra.

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Unlike Pets Best, Fetch lets you submit an unlimited number of claims

With Fetch, there’s no limit to the number of claims you can submit after your 15-day waiting period has passed.

Pets Best will cover the first injury, but not the second one in 18 months if it's caused by repetitive behavior.

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With Pets Best, you’ll have to pay for exam fees

With Fetch, the complete sick visit and treatment are covered in our one simple plan.

Unless you pay more to upgrade your plan, Pets Best does not cover exam fees. This could cost you an extra $50 to $250 per vet visit.

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Pets Best doesn’t cover every tooth. Fetch does.

Fetch protects all of your pet’s teeth (every adult tooth — not just the canines) from accidents, illnesses, injuries and diseases with no broad condition exclusions.

Pets Best’s limited dental coverage only includes canine and carnassial teeth, and endodontic treatment (like root canals).

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Fetch has your back if you're hospitalized

We’re not just here for your pet — should you require hospitalization for 4 days or more, we’ll cover up to $1,000 of your pet’s boarding fees.

Pets Best doesn’t cover this, so you’ll need to find someone to take care of your pet or pay expensive boarding fees.

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