Manage health costs for your pets with a pet insurance policy.
They share your homes, hearts, and newspapers. No, not your significant other, we're talking about your cats and dogs of course. Cribb Insurance Group can help you get comprehensive pet insurance coverage for your dogs and cats. Get a free quote and see how affordable pet insurance is.
Why do I need pet insurance?
Veterinary services rose an estimated 81% from 2000 – 2011*, due to technological advances in X-ray technology, Ultrasound, and MRI's. Pet insurance helps manage and predict healthcare costs for your dog or cat.
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Consumer Price Index, 2000 and 2011 editions.
Insurance Coverage For Your Pet
Hartville Pet Insurance and the Cribb Insurance Group have teamed up to bring you comprehensive pet insurance for your dogs and cats. Your pet's insurance plan covers most accidents or illnesses that are not pre-existing, you can choose any licensed veterinarian and you're reimbursed up to 90% of the vet bill.
Who doesn't like to save money?
Pet Insurance Discounts Currently Available
Looking for cheap pet insurance? Answer a few questions and coverage discounts are applied automatically. Discounts can also be stacked, meaning that your pet can get more than one.
Not only does spaying/neutering your pet lead to discounts for your pet insurance policy but it also prevents unexpected costs of taking care of an unplanned litter.
Annual Pay Discount
The Cribb Insurance Group can help you get a customizable plan to fit your budget. But sometimes it pays to pay in full.
Discounts For Multiple Pets
Having pets can be challenging, especially if you have more than one. We can help make it a little easier with our multi-pet discount.
We're here to help.
When does my pet insurance coverage begin?
All good things come to those who wait. The waiting period for accidents and illnesses is 14 days. For pet insurance coverage to start, each pet you are insuring must have visited a vet within the past 12 months. If you have a new pet or your pet hasn't seen a vet in the last 12 months, you can take your pet in during the waiting period without any loss of coverage.