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American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a non-profit organization that aims to prevent cruelty to animals. The organization also offers pet insurance policies from the United States Fire Insurance Company (USFIC). Thankfully, ASPCA doesn’t have a specific network, as such, you can visit any certified vet in the US or Canada for treatment. Furthermore, the organization offers a 24/7 pet tele-health line to call.

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American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) is a non-profit organization that aims to prevent cruelty to animals. The organization also offers pet insurance policies from the United States Fire Insurance Company (USFIC). Thankfully, ASPCA doesn’t have a specific network, as such, you can visit any certified vet in the US or Canada for treatment. Furthermore, the organization offers a 24/7 pet tele-health line to call.

Additionally, ASPCA offers fairly priced premiums compared to its competitors. You can get yearly limits starting at $3,000, reimbursements of 70% to 90% for covered costs paid via check or direct deposits.

All of ASPCA plans cover for:

  • Accidents
  • Illness
  • Hereditary and congenital conditions like dysplasia
  • Behavioral health conditions

What’s more, ASPCA further offers two separate policies for horses, including Colic and Accidents

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