Extractions, gingivitis, root canals, and more; covered up to $1,000/year, no dental exam required.
80% of dogs and 70% of cats have a form of periodontal disease by age 3.
Breed-specific, Congenital & Genetic Conditions
Conditions a pet is born with or due to a gene defect, such as hip dysplasia, allergies, intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), and others.
Coverage includes all related testing and cancer treatments.
Long-term illnesses or injuries like arthritis or diabetes; no per-condition limits and coverage continues when you renew.
Lyme disease, parasites, parvo, and other illnesses that may have been prevented are still covered.
Ligament tears, broken bones, osteosarcoma, and more are covered after a six-month waiting period (or opt to have it reduced).
Complementary Treatments* & Rehabilitation
Less-invasive treatments, like acupuncture or laser therapy (when not preventative), included at no extra cost.
Pets are covered at any emergency vet clinic, including after-hours.
Hospitalization & Surgery
Scheduled or emergency surgery is covered,** including required hospital stays, even overnight.
Treatments from veterinary specialists such as oncologists, internal medicine experts, behavioralists, and others.
We cover all diagnostic testing for any covered illness or condition, including biopsies, X-rays, MRIs, etc.
If the condition is covered, so are the prescription meds used to treat or manage it.
While no pet insurance policy covers pre-existing conditions, Embrace handles them differently to get you the most coverage.
A pre-existing condition is any injury, illness, or irregularity noted by you or your vet before your pet’s waiting period is over, even if your pet never went to see the vet for it.
12-Month Medical History Review
We only review the last 12 months of your pet’s medical history to establish pre-existing conditions. Some pet insurance companies review the past 24 months or your pet’s entire life.
Curable and Incurable Conditions
Some conditions are curable and we want to cover them. For example: your pup had an upset tummy with vomiting three months before enrollment. If he’s symptom- and treatment-free for a year, that condition is eligible for coverage in the future.
Embrace offers one simple policy so you can rest easy knowing your pet is protected against the unexpected. Choosing the right pet insurance plan for your pet and your budget is hard enough without sorting through multiple coverage levels, or deciding if you need extra coverage (that always comes with an extra cost).
With Embrace, it's all included in our accident & illness policy.
For a complete list of exclusions see the Embrace Policy Terms and Conditions.
Breeding, whelping, or pregnancy
DNA testing or cloning
Deliberate injury by you or anyone in your household
Injury or illness from fighting, racing, cruelty, or neglect
Cosmetic procedures such as tail docking, ear cropping, & dew claw removal unless medically necessary
Avian flu or nuclear war
Routine veterinary care (like wellness checkup exam fees)
Wellness Rewards isn’t insurance, it’s our optional, flexible plan to help budget for your pet’s preventative and routine care. The wellness plan can be added to any insurance policy.
While insurance helps cover accidents and illnesses after they happen, Wellness Rewards reimburses you for preventative treatments and care, like grooming and nail trims, training, spay/neuter surgery, dental cleanings, and more.
**Spay/neuter surgery is preventative and not covered by insurance (but can be reimbursed by our wellness plan).
*Complementary treatments were previously called alternative therapies.