Pet Health Insurance Information
The 1-2-3s of Protecting Your Pet
At Elkins Park Veterinary Hospital, we can’t stress how important it is to protect your pets with an insurance plan. Whether you have a new puppy or a senior cat, pet health insurance is still important. Many people consider their pets a part of their family and as pet parents, you want your pets to receive the best care possible, no matter what. Should your pet unexpectedly get injured or become ill, or maybe eat something they weren’t supposed to, we never want you to choose between getting your pet the care he or she deserves and being financially stable. Pet health insurance gives you financial support and alleviates some of the burdens of a high-cost vet bill.
Our Elkins Park veterinarians highly recommend pet insurance because it offers:
- Financial support when unexpected problems arise
- The best possible care if your pet is sick or hurt without worrying about the cost
- Up to 90% back on your vet bills
- Many plans and companies to choose from so that you can pick the coverage that is best for you and your pet
- Plans for pets of any age and health
Choosing the Best Insurance Plan
We know there are many companies to choose from and it can be overwhelming. We’ve narrowed it down to three preferred companies (but feel free to still choose a different one!) that we trust.
Check out our Nationwide Brochure to learn more about the pet insurance we offer to exotic pets!
Petplan® Pet Insurance
Petplan is more than pet insurance – it’s peace of mind. When your pet gets hurt or sick, you want to get them the best possible veterinary care without breaking the bank.
With Petplan by your side, your best friend can get top-dog treatment, and you can trust that claims for your four-legged friend’s unexpected accidents, injuries, and illnesses will be reimbursed quickly.
- Hereditary conditions
- Chronic conditions
- Illness/injury vet exam fees
- Hip dysplasia
- Comprehensive periodontal disease
- Prescription medications
- Alternative therapies
ASPCA® Pet Health Insurance
There are many reasons why more pet parents today are covering their pets with ASPCA Pet Health Insurance. Most of all, they want to make sure they’ll have financial support if their pet is sick or hurt. That way, they can give their pets the best care possible without worrying about the cost.
- Dental disease
- Behavioral issues
- Hereditary conditions
- Additional preventative care
- Accident-only coverage
trupanion was created to help your four-legged family members get the care they need when they’re sick or injured. When your pet is unwell, the last thing you want to think about is the cost of medical care. Insurance will help take care of that financial burden so you can focus on getting your pet quality veterinary care. When it comes to cats and dogs, they deserve a lifetime of nothing but the best.
- Illnesses and injuries
- Hereditary and congenital conditions
- Diagnostic tests
- Hospital stays
- Veterinary supplements
- Herbal treatments
- Prosthetic devices and carts
New Puppy or Kitten?
Congratulations on the newest addition to your family! Not sure where to start with your new puppy or kitten or need advice? Take a look at this puppy care guide and kitten care guide.
For more information or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (215) 866-2300!
Why Elkins Park?
State of the Art Facility
Our newly renovated facility provides the absolute best experience for you and your pet.
Decades of Service
For over 25 years, our experienced veterinarians have been devoted to keeping your pet healthy and happy.
Experienced and Dedicated Staff
The knowledgable staff at Elkins Park Veterinary Hospital provides the highest quality care for your pet.
Real Owners Tell Their Stories
“Dr. Katz is a gem - she combines care, calm and cure!”- Amy W.
“We enjoyed our experience with him. Would definitely recommend him.”- Harvey S.
“I recently took my sun conure there to see the exotic veterinary doctor. He took his time explaining everything to my husband and I while being extremely caring to our pet.”- Tiffany C.