An Embrace pet insurance plan can help your pet get the best veterinary treatment for cancer if it strikes. Embrace's cancer coverage is built right in to our full coverage plans.
Do I really need cancer coverage?
Treatment for canine and feline cancer nowadays is very advanced, including the use of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Cancer treatment is usually carried out at specialist veterinary hospitals and it can be very expensive.
Read a claim story where our pet insurance paid over $6,000 toward the treatment of a Dachshund with cancer.
What does Embrace cover when treating cancer?
We will help your pet get the best treatment available and we'll pay for your pet's:
- Diagnostics and testing
- Radiation therapy
- Surgery & hospitalization
- Alternative therapies
Sample Cancer Claims
- $13,516 Acute Leukemia
- $7,981 B-cell Neoplasm
- $4,279 Lymphadenopathy
- $3,739 Oral Mast Cell Tumor
- $3,635 Splenic Tumor
How much will Embrace reimburse?
Cancer can require treatment over a long period of time. Embrace will reimburse you up to your annual maximum each year. All care related to the cancer treatment will go towards your pet's lifetime maximum which is $50,000 in reimbursement.