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Emergency and Specialty Veterinary Care

Emergency and Specialty Care

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Emergency and Specialty Veterinary Care

Odds are, your dog or cat may need some kind of emergency or specialty care, which typically costs two to three times more than standard veterinary services. The Healthy Paws plan reimburses you for emergency or specialty care at the same rate as you are reimbursed for primary veterinarian care. You can visit any licensed 24-hour emergency animal hospital and ensure your dog or cat gets the potentially life-saving medical care they may need.

Specialty hospitals are often needed for advanced surgeries or treatment that falls outside the services of your primary veterinarian. You can see any specialist without the need for referrals, such as:

  • Critical Care / Emergency
  • Orthopedic specialists
  • Oncologists for cancer care
  • Internal Medicine Experts
  • Ophthalmologists
  • Neurology
  • Radiology
  • Cardiology

You can help protect yourself from the financial impact of this expensive veterinary care and give your pet the right medical care with a Healthy Paws plan. After all, pets get sick. Accidents happen and more often than you think!

"I signed off on his life-saving procedures knowing he would be covered by Healthy Paws. The claims process is straightforward and efficient. Customer service is kind, responsive and helpful. Wonderful company!"

Amber from San Fransisco, CA

"I signed off on his life-saving procedures knowing he would be covered by Healthy Paws. The claims process is straightforward and efficient. Customer service is kind, responsive and helpful. Wonderful company!"

Amber from San Fransisco, CA

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