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Pet Insurance in Alaska

This year, in Alaska and across the nation, 1-in-3 pets will need emergency medical care, and every six seconds a pet owner will face a veterinary bill of $1,000 or more. How do you plan to pay for unexpected accidents and illnesses your dog or cat may incur?

Pet insurance is your answer, and PetFirst is the company with the best pet health coverage for you and your pet. With a plan that covers breed-specific, congenital and chronic conditions, and has the shortest waiting periods in the industry, you can rest easy knowing your pet is protected.

Pet Insurance

How it Works

1

Take your pet to the vet

Visit any licensed vet, emergency clinic or specialist in the US. There is no network of providers to worry about.
2

Send us your claim

Pay your bill at the vet, then send us your claim along with vet records and an invoice from the visit.
3

Get money back quickly

PetFirst will follow-up with your vet for any missing info. Claims are processed in less than 2 weeks.

Top 5 Most Common Claims from Alaska Pet Parents

Below are the 5 most common pet health conditions in Alaska, based on claims from PetFirst policyholders in Alaska.

Condition Cost per Vet Visit Covered by PetFirst
Ear Infection $109.63
Allergies $168.62
Dermatitis $132.09
Arthritis $125.05
Mass Removal $327.21

Alaskan pet owners are more likely to see mass removals for their pets than other common issues like upper respiratory infection or gastritis. Once a pet has a mass like a lypoma or cysts, it is likely they will experience other masses down the road. PetFirst's pet insurance policy covers the first and recurring mass removals, so Alaskan pet parents can rest easy knowing they can afford the surgeries and treatments of these masses. One Alaskan pet owner spent $2,578.11 on the removal of their pet's abdominal mass.

Condition Cost per Vet Visit Covered by PetFirst
Mass Removal $300-2,600

*Based on average claims from PetFirst policyholders

Pet Insurance Plan Options in Alaska

With a plan that covers breed-specific, congenital and chronic conditions, and has the shortest waiting periods in the industry, you can rest easy knowing your pet is protected.

Veterinary Hospitals in Alaska

Looking for excellent care? Check out these great veterinary hospitals in your area.

Alaska Veterinary Clinic
300 E Fireweed Lane
Anchorage, AK 99503
All Creatures Veterinary ​
4360 Sinder Dr
Wasilla, AK 99654
Aurora Animal Clinic
1651 College Rd
Fairbanks, AK 99709
Soldotna Animal Hospital
42479 Sterling Hwy
Soldotna, AK 99669
Ravenwood Veterinary Clinic 
16743 Coronado St
Eagle River, AK 99577
North Pole Veterinary Hospital​
2942 Hurst Rd
North Pole, AK 99705
VCA Alaska Pet Care Animal Hospital
3900 Lake Otis Pkwy
Anchorage, AK 99508
Sitka Animal Hospital 
209 Jarvis St
Sitka, AK 99709
Golden Heart Veterinary Services
615 University Ave
Fairbanks, AK 99709

What's Covered

  • Accidents
  • Illnesses (incl. hereditary, congenital, & chronic conditions)
  • Hospitalizations
  • Surgeries
  • Diagnostic Tests
  • Exam Fees
  • X-rays
  • Ultrasounds
  • Medications
  • Holistic Care & Alternative Therapies
  • Emergency Care
  • And Much More!

After a 12-month wait period, your pet is also covered for:

  • Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD)
  • Anterior Cruciate Ligaments
  • Medical Cruciate
  • Posterior Cruciate Ligaments
  • Cranial Cruciate Ligaments

What's Not Covered

  • Pre-existing Conditions

    What is a pre-existing condition?

    A pre-existing condition is any injury, illness, or symptom noticed by you or your veterinarian before your waiting period has ended, even if your pet never went to see the veterinarian for it.

  • Elective Procedures
  • Expression or removal of anal glands or anal sacculitis
  • Breeding or conditions related to breeding
  • Pet food, special diet, vitamins, mineral supplements
  • Grooming costs and bathing (incl. medicated baths)
  • Parasite prevention, parasite treatment, and illnesses transmitted by parasites (incl. fleas & ticks)
  • Orthodontics, endodontics, & removal of deciduous teeth
  • Behavioral Training
  • Illness or injury which arises out of racing, coursing, commercial guarding, or organized fighting of your pet
  • Routine wellness & preventative care

    What is routing wellness and preventative care?

    This includes but is not limited to: spay/neuter, flea/tick prevention, heartworm prevention, teeth cleaning, vaccinations, routine screenings/tests, routine fecal/blood tests, and microchipping.

  • Organ Transplants
Download our easy-to-read guide to these exclusions

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