Pet Insurance in Florida.
Fetch is the most comprehensive pet insurance in
– and all of the U.S. We pay back up to 90% of unexpected vet bills when your pet gets sick or hurt. And with our optional Fetch Wellness add-on, you can help prevent health issues before they start.
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is a Fetch favorite for raising a fur family.
We know and love Florida for its theme parks, beaches and beautiful weather, but did you know that it also boasts two of the most pet-friendly cities in America? Tampa and St. Petersburg were ranked among the best places to raise a pet, so it’s no wonder 56% of households in Florida are home to a dog or cat. That’s where Fetch Pet Insurance comes in. We help take the sting out of your vet visits by reimbursing up to 90% of your pet’s covered vet bills, letting you cut down on the stress and keep working on that doggy paddle.Protect your pet
Pet risk factors in
With all of that Florida sunshine comes a need to protect our furry friends from heatstroke, toxic plants, and dangerous animals – not to mention the usual accidents and illnesses that can happen during a pet’s busy life. Florida comes with its own set of risks for pets that could result in a vet visit, including:
(including castor beans, pencil cactus, coontie, draceana, poison ivy, Brazilian pepper)
Popular pet names in
Need some inspiration for naming your Floridian dog or cat? Here are some of the most popular pet names in Florida, according to Fetch pet data.
Regardless of what you call your four-legged friend, Fetch has them covered with the most comprehensive insurance coverage for dogs and cats.Get your quote
What does Fetch Pet Insurance cover in
With Fetch, you have peace of mind knowing your pet is protected with the most comprehensive coverage if they get sick or hurt. And that’s important, because a pet parent is faced with a vet bill of more than $1,000 every 6 seconds.
Fetch covers what most other providers charge extra for, or don’t over at all, including:
Physical therapy. Fetch covers massage, movement therapy (kinesiotherapy), underwater treadmills (hydrotherapy), electrical stimulation and more, when administered by a vet.
How does pet insurance work in
Every provider is different, but you'll usually submit a claim (this can include your vet bill and your pet's medical records) to your pet insurance provider, and you’ll typically be paid back if the treatment your dog or cat received is covered under your plan.
With Fetch, submitting a claim is as easy as taking a picture of your vet documents and answering a few questions online or using our app. Once approved, Fetch pays back up to 90% of your bill. To learn more, check out our claims page.
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How much does pet insurance in
Your price is based on three factors: age, breed and location. Younger pets tend to cost less to insure than older ones, and since certain breeds of dogs and cats are prone to different medical issues, your pet’s breed can affect your price as well. Where you live also factors in, since the cost of veterinary care varies from place to place.
How does Fetch injury and illness coverage compare?
Sick-visit exam fees
$1,000 in online vet visits
Every tooth, plus gums
Alternative & holistic care
$1,000 in boarding fees
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At Fetch, we’re proud to protect over 390,000 pets (and counting) throughout the U.S., including in
and in Canada.
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When the unexpected happens, Fetch helps give your pet protection.
Between the water and the wildlife, Florida 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 Florida:
Fetch covers up to 90% of your vet bill after you’ve met your deductible and copays.
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. Save up to $735 more a year.
Fetch Wellness is an optional add-on to your Fetch Pet Insurance plan that gives your pet routine and preventive coverage (think: vaccines and annual exams). Add it today.
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questions – answered!
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 – and we cover more than most pet insurance providers.
Nope. With Fetch, you can visit any vet in the U.S. or Canada. So if you move or make an emergency trip to the vet while traveling, your pet is still covered.
Adding a Fetch Wellness plan to your Fetch injury and illness insurance will help you save on routine and preventive coverage (think: vaccinations and annual exams). That way, you can help prevent health issues before they start. Plus, there's no deductible for wellness — enroll today.
Every 6 seconds a pet owner is faced with a vet bill of more than $1,000 according to NBC News. September 2018.
The comparison is accurate as of July 2023 and is subject to change.
American Crocodiles are a pet risk factor in Florida according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 2022.
Cane Toads are a pet risk factor in Florida according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, 2022.
Box Jellyfish are a pet risk factor in Florida according to Forever Vets Animal Hospital, June 2020.
Hurricanes are a pet risk factor in Florida according to Tampa Bay Times, May 2023.
Heatstroke is a pet risk factor in Florida according to Tampa Bay Times, June 2023.
Toxic plants are a pet risk factor in Florida according to Florida Poison Control, 2023.
Tampa and St. Petersburg were ranked among 2023’s most pet-friendly cities according to WalletHub. August 2023.
56% of households in Florida own a dog or a cat according to World Population Review. May 2023.
License tags are required for all dogs over four months of age according to Miami-Dade County. 2023.