Is my pet's congenital condition considered pre-existing? | PetFirst

Is my pet’s congenital condition considered pre-existing?

by PetFirst Pet Insurance
2 years ago

If you or your vet are aware that your pet has a congenital condition before you enroll in one of our plans, PetFirst will consider that health problem pre-existing. Unfortunately, neither we nor our competitors can cover pre-existing conditions at this time.

There are dozens of congenital conditions that do not make themselves known for months or even years after your pet joins your family. PetFirst will help you navigate the financial landscape of these sorts of problems as long as your pet doesn’t manifest clinical signs or symptoms before enrollment or during the waiting periods.

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