Hello everyone - I'm Dr. Doug Kenney.
When I first designed the pet insurance toolkit several years ago, there were only 10 companies, so it was much easier to choose a company to insure a pet. Now there are about 20 brands of pet insurance and more are entering the market every year. So, it’s only going to get more confusing. The most common term pet owners use to describe how they feel when they contact me is “overwhelmed.”
Perhaps your vet or a friend recommended a specific pet company to you. Or you found out your employer offers pet insurance as part of your benefit package. Or a place you frequently shop has a partnership with a particular pet insurance company where you can get a discount on pet insurance. Should you buy from that company? The answer is yes - only if it closely matches your needs and the needs of your pet.
There is no one pet insurance company that is best for everyone. Your pet’s age, breed, and medical history are unique. Your financial situation or budget is unique.
The Pet Insurance Toolkit is designed to help you eliminate companies that don’t match your needs so that by the time you are ready to choose a company, you are left with only 2 or 3 companies to choose from rather than looking at 15-20 different companies all at once and trying to make a decision. The goal is for you to feel comfortable and confident that you’ve at least made an informed decision.
In my opinion, if you want to know and understand exactly what you are buying and whether it meets the unique needs of you and your pet, you must do your own research. There aren’t any reliable shortcuts. If you want someone to just tell you which pet insurance company to go with, the Pet Insurance Toolkit isn’t for you.
Simply fill out and submit the form below. Based on your answers to these questions, I'll send you a personalized spreadsheet just for you with an instructional video on how to use the spreadsheet to find a company that best matches the needs of you and your pet.
For a limited time only, access to the spreadsheet is free for only those who request it.