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Newfoundland and Labrador
Pet Insurance

Fetch by The Dodo is the most comprehensive pet insurance there is and offers health advice from veterinarians and pet-loving experts. Fetch works with any vet in

Newfoundland and Labrador

– but it also works with any vet in Canada or the U.S., so feel free to take your pet with you on your next adventure.

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Trusted by no-kill shelters in

Newfoundland and Labrador

and all across North America

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What does Fetch pet insurance cover in

Newfoundland and Labrador

?

Put simply, pet insurance helps you cover the cost of your vet bills when your pet gets sick or hurt. But not all pet insurance was created equally.

We cover the complete sick visit – including the exam – which can save you between $50-$250 per visit.

We cover injury and disease in every adult tooth, not just the canines. Plus, you get full coverage for periodontal disease (the most common disease in dogs and cats), oral tumors, trauma and more.

We cover medical conditions linked to breed, like breathing problems in French bulldogs or kidney stones in Burmese.

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Choose the brand pet parents trust

Fetch has earned the trust of pet parents all across North America. Over 300,000 cats and dogs are now part of the Fetch family – here are just some of the things their moms and dads had to say about us.

Ready to get a quote for your top dog or favorite feline?

Newfoundland and Labrador

plans average

$

36

/month for dogs

Newfoundland and Labrador

plans average

$

17

/month for cats

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Get coverage for your dog or cat

From hiking through Gros Morne to exploring Cape Spear, Newfoundland and Labrador can be a crazy (but exciting) place for your pet. Here are the top 3 reasons pet parents bring their pets to the vet in Newfoundland and Labrador:

Mass lesion or swelling

Average cost to treat: $

1,546

What Fetch pays: $

1,391

Vomiting + diarrhea

Average cost to treat: $

956

What Fetch pays: $

860

Unspecified allergies

Average cost to treat: $

1,416

What Fetch pays: $

1,274

After my rescue puppy got sick, I got Fetch. It’s given me peace of mind, but best of all, my senior dog is covered in the event the unthinkable occurs.

Amber C.

FAQs

How much is pet insurance for a dog in

Newfoundland and Labrador

?

The average cost of pet insurance for dogs in

Newfoundland and Labrador

is $

36

/month. Using the same data points that power our patent-pending tool, Fetch Forward™️, we determine the most accurate pricing based on your dog’s breed, age and your location. This ensures that you get a customized price for your dog and aren’t stuck paying a higher premium based on the average insurance cost for dogs in your area.

How much is pet insurance for a cat in

Newfoundland and Labrador

?

The average cost of pet insurance for cats in

Newfoundland and Labrador

is $

17

/month. Using the same data points that power our patent-pending tool, Fetch Forward, we determine the most accurate pricing based on your cat’s breed, age and your location. This ensures that you get a customized price for your cat and aren’t stuck paying a higher premium based on the average insurance cost for cats in your area.

Is pet insurance in

Newfoundland and Labrador

worth it?

Short answer: Yes.

Long answer: Yes, because we know you’d do anything and would pay any amount to keep your pet healthy and happy. But we believe that no pet parent should have to take a deep dip into their savings or run up their credit card bill to take care of their pet. So that’s where we come in. Fetch helps pay back your unexpected vet bills should your pet ever get sick or hurt.

Does Fetch only work in

Newfoundland and Labrador

?

Nope. With Fetch, you can visit any vet in Canada or the U.S. So if you move or make an emergency trip to the vet while traveling, you're still covered.