Does pet insurance cover pre-existing conditions?

No. If signs or symptoms of a condition were showing before the policy started or before the end of the waiting periods, that condition won’t be eligible for coverage. The same would apply if your pet shows clinical signs before you apply for the policy, but they haven’t yet been diagnosed.

The good news is, pet insurance can protect your furry friend in the future, since unexpected accidents and illnesses can still happen. For the health of your pet (and your wallet), it’s wise to have the protection pet insurance offers. This way, you can get your dog or cat back to good health and avoid paying costly vet bills.

Still have questions about your pet’s conditions? Sonnet Pet Insurance’s customer service team is always happy to help via phone or email!