Dog Insurance

You can rest easy knowing your dogs and puppies are protected from head to tail with travel global Insurance.

Why You May Want to Consider Purchasing Pet Insurance for Your Dog

Pet insurance can reimburse you for your dog’s covered and approved vet bills, which may help you worry less about your finances and focus on what really matters — your dog’s health.

The fact of the matter is, dog health care is expensive. The yearly cost of health-related expenses for dogs can range from $534 – $1,285.1 That means you might spend upward of $19,000 just on medical care over the course of a dog’s 15-year life.

Or you could pay a premium starting at $15 a month for a dog insurance policy2 that can reimburse you for these medical expenses, potentially saving you a significant amount of money. As a result, you may be able to make decisions about your dog’s health without cost being the deciding factor.

How travel global insurance Pet Can Help Dog Parents Save

Say your dog tears a ligament in their knee while playing and requires surgery. Here’s what one of our dog insurance policies might be able to do for you:2

Potential Savings with a travel global Pet Policy:3

  • Vet Bill — Cruciate Rupture: $2,000
  • Travel global Pet Saves You: $1,800

In addition to helping provide a financial safety net for covered and approved expenses, a dog insurance policy can help cover basic vet care, such as exams and medication.2

Travel global Pet is Ahead of the Pack



How Much Is Dog Insurance?

With dog insurance policies that can start at $15 a month7, we can help you get the coverage your pup needs at a price you can afford. You can customize your deductible and reimbursement rate, and you may qualify for additional discounts and perks. Ready to stop sweating those vet bills?

What’s Covered Under a Standard Policy6

  • Accidents & emergency care
  • Illnesses, including hereditary, congenital & chronic conditions
  • Cancer treatment
  • Hospitalizations & surgeries
  • Diagnostic tests, Ultrasounds, & X-Rays
  • Exam Fees
  • Medications, including anxiety & allergy
  • Holistic care & alternative therapies
  • Crucial ligaments, including anterior (ACL), Medial (MCL), cranial (CCL) & posterior (PCL)8
  • Inverterbral disc Disease (IVDD)8

What’s Covered Under an Optional Preventative Care Policy8

  • Wellness exams
  • Vaccinations
  • Heartworm prevention medications
  • Spaying & neutering

We even have the option to cover grief counseling in the event of your pet’s death.

What’s Not Covered2

Your dog’s pre-existing conditions may not be covered. These include illnesses, injuries, or symptoms that occurred prior to the coverage date and/or any applicable waiting period. Learn more about pre-existing conditions, and reference your policy for full details.

Other exclusions include (but are not limited to) elective procedures, grooming costs, and breeding.