PetCare Insurance
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What sets us Apart?

Flexible range of programs to meet the needs of all cats and dogs and all budgets

Unlimited lifetime accident coverage

Up to $84,000 (dog), $78,000 (cat) lifetime illness coverage

Coverage for hereditary conditions available

Premiums DO NOT increase due to pet aging.

Guaranteed acceptance into a PetCare program for all cats and dogs regardless of age or current health *exclusions may apply.

Many additional benefits including – trip cancellation insurance, boarding kennel fees, coverage for prescription food, microchip discounts and more

Unrivalled Service Standards

Top ranking combination of Underwriter and Broker

Licensed for sale in all Canadian provinces

The Facts are Clear.. PetCare Pet Insurance Programs cover more accidents and illnesses, offer better value and more flexibility than our competitors.

Combined with our commitment to pay your claims in 5 business days (after receiving all necessary documentation),
the choice is clear....

Insurance Provider PetCare Major Grocery RetaiIer Another National Pet Insurer
Program MasterCare
Premiere 90%
Competitor's
Best Plan
Competitor's
Best Plan
Is the accident coverage effective the day after I enrol? - -
Are Premiums the same in the available Provinces? - -
Are claims reimbursements based off of what your vet charges? (uses fee guide) (uses fee guide)
Are all prescribed medications covered? - -
Is there a discount for microchipped pets? - -
Do you pay the exchange rate if treatment is paid in US funds? - -
Can I pay annually as well as monthly? - -
Are congenital defects covered, that have not yet been symptomatic, treated or diagnosed? - -
Is there a Waiting Period on Illness Coverage?
(21 days)

(14 days)

(21 days)




I signed up for QuickCare Gold on the website for my dog Oscar in the winter. I had received mailings from various pet insurance companies, and when I did my own comparisons PetCare seemed to be the best. By late spring Oscar was starting to walk funny, and I thought it was just a sprain. After a few weeks I took him to the vet, and was told he may need surgery because he had a Patella Luxation (slipped knee). By the end of July it was much worse and my vet operated on him. I was so glad that I had taken out my PetCare insurance policy to cover the cost. Pet insurance does work.

Client: Barbara Giannini, Los Angeles, CA    Pet: Oscar, Yorkshire Terrier   Condition: Patella Luxation
Claim Paid: $1189.50