Pet Insurance 101
So you’ve signed up for Fetch Pet Insurance. That’s just a first step in a series of smart decisions to ensure your pet’s health is always taken care of. Now there’s a 15-day waiting period before you can submit your first claim.
Unsure of what a waiting period is? It’s a standard practice amongst most pet insurance companies — here’s what you need to know.
A 15-day waiting period starts on the effective date of your policy — during this time, your coverage hasn’t kicked in yet. Here are some important things to consider about the waiting period, including:
Once the waiting period is over, we’ll cover up to 90% of your cat or dog’s medical expenses. And we’re the most comprehensive pet insurance provider, meaning we’ll pay you back for several health instances. Here’s some of what we cover:
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If your waiting period is over and you need a little refresher on how pet insurance works, feel confident knowing that with Fetch, it’s straightforward. Here’s how to get paid back:
Step one: Visit any licensed vet in the U.S. or Canada.
Step two: Submit a claim on our app or website by taking a photo of your vet documents. We’ll handle it from there.
Step three: Get paid back for your covered claims! You can receive up to 90% of your vet expenses back and get paid back quicker if you use direct deposit.
We understand wanting to cover your pet’s medical expenses as soon as possible. That’s why it’s a good idea to sign up for pet insurance while your pet is young or right after you first welcome them home.
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