Genetic Condition Claims
For humans, genetic conditions represent a small number of the illnesses that we face. But for dogs and cats, genetic conditions are much more common and can cause veterinary bills to run into thousands of dollars, especially for purebreds.
Genetic conditions range from major orthopedic conditions such as Hip Dysplasia and Patellar Luxation, to Collapsing Trachea, Allergies, and even Cancer. Breed-specific conditions can catch you and your bank account unaware. Pet insurance that covers these conditions can support you when it comes to treatment choices and your pet's health.
See how other pet parents have been glad they chose Embrace Pet Insurance to protect their pets from genetic and breed-specific conditions.
|$6,505 || Intervertebral Disc Disease |
Dobie, a small mixed breed dog in Arizona, didn't let Intervertebral Disc Disease get him down. He returned to play after a successful and expensive surgery.
|$6,258 ||Patella Luxation, Hip Dysplasia & IVDD |
Rocco the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel has been through quite a lot, including Patella Luxation, Hip Dysplasia & Intervertebral Disc Disease.
|$5,074 ||Hip Dysplasia in 1 Year Old German Coolie |
While hip dysplasia is a fairly common orthopedic condition in aging dogs, it's not so common in puppies. Sadly for Elliot Cool, a 1 year old German Coolie, he was the exception to the rule.
|$4,346 ||Great Dane with Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) of the Shoulder |
Active Great Dane puppy, Hunter, started limping on his family's cross-country move. One of their first stops once reaching Ventura, CA was the vet.
|$4,310 ||Hip Dysplasia with FHO Surgery |
One day Ringo the American Bulldog was unable to get up or walk. His veterinarian found that he had numerous orthopedic issues, including hip dysplasia, degenerative joint disease, and spondylosis.
|$4,000 ||Tracheal Collapse |
Coughing and trouble breathing led to a diagnosis of collapsed trachea for Biscuit, a small mixed breed dog in Michigan. A tracheal stent helped Biscuit breathe easier.
|$3,949 || Elbow Dysplasia Due to Fragmented Coronoid Process |
Bernese Mountain Dog, Neil, started limping at just 5 months old due to a fragmented coronoid process, a type of elbow dysplasia.
|$3,580 ||Luxating Patella |
Destino the Chihuahua mix's unlucky jump from the couch meant surgery to correct luxating patella on both sides.
|$2,219 ||Hip Dysplasia |
Liko the Rottweiler puppy had bad hips at an early age, requiring a femoral head ostectomy surgery on both hips and ample recovery time.
|$1,733 ||Elbow Dysplasia Due to Ununited Anconeal Process |
Surgery helped Nala the German Shepherd Dog who experienced limping due to an ununited anconeal process, a form of elbow dysplasia.
|$460 ||Atrial Premature Complex (APC) |
Cavalier King Charles Spaniels are unfortunately known for having heart problems as illustrated by Penny's Atrial Premature Complex (APC).