dog insurance
with Embrace

You can't predict when your dog is going to get sick or injured. But you can protect your dog against expensive veterinary bills with a pet insurance plan from Embrace.

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Accidents
and Illnesses

As dogs age they become more prone to expensive accidents and illnesses. Protect your dog now by signing up for an Embrace plan and never have to worry about how a costly veterinary procedure will affect your wallet.

Your Embrace plan protects your dog against allergies, broken bones, genetic and hereditary conditions, costly ER visits, cancer and a lot more.

Routine Care (optional)

All dogs require routine yearly veterinary visits and routine care.

Wellness Rewards helps you budget and pay for regular veterinary costs for your dog. We offer either a $200 or $400 annual allowance.

You can use it for check-ups, rabies vaccinations, microchipping, flea & tick medications, and other items not covered under insurance.

Customer Care
with the Human Touch

At Embrace we believe in being open and honest with you every step of the way.

We start by hiring people who care about you and your pet: Meet our team! We'll keep you informed through the whole process when you submit a claim.

Embrace is easy to do business with. No gotchas, no gimmicks.

 

A Year in the Life of an Embrace Policyholder

Dog Insurance Facts

On average, 1 in 3 Embrace pet parents claim during their first policy year and 3 in 4 claim within three years. Embrace policies fully cover the genetic and hereditary conditions that are prominent in purebred dogs and can pop up unexpectedly in mixed breed dogs. If a chronic condition like allergies is diagnosed after your dog’s policy is in place, you’ll have piece of mind knowing that condition is covered for life.

Sample dog insurance claims:

Dog Insurance for Rescued & Adopted Dogs

Adopting or rescuing a dog not only saves a life, but brings great joy to the adopting family. Now that you've brought your new dog home, you might wonder about what health concerns could come up.

If you don't have information about the care your dog received in his previous home, it can be helpful to have dog insurance to plan for the unknown. Getting insurance for your adopted dog helps give you peace of mind in case anything in their past rears up again and saddles you with expensive veterinary bills.