Pet Insurance Cost Comparison | Hannah The Pet Society - Portland Veterinary Clinics, Pet Hospitals, And Behavior Training Centers

Cost Comparison of
Total Life Time Care™ vs. Pet Insurance Plans

Hannah's Total Lifetime Care™ has broader coverage and costs substantially less than typical Pet Insurance Plans, especially when you factor in the co-pays, deductibles and limits that don't apply to Hannah's Total Lifetime Care™.

Take the Hannah Cost Comparison test. Get a quote from us for your Pet and get quotes from the various Pet Insurance company websites (don't forget to read their fine print) and compare! CLICK HERE TO GET A QUOTE FOR YOUR DOG OR CAT.

As one example, below is the annual cost for Ronald, an eight year old Labrador Retriever, for Total Lifetime Care™ and for insurance from a number of Pet insurance companies obtained from their website quotes (as of April 10, 2018):

Insurance Company* Illness/Injury Coverage Wellness Coverage Monthly Cost Co-Pay Requirement Annual Deductible Annual Limit Exclusions
Hannah
(better than insurance)
Yes Yes $67** 0% $0 none Certain Pre-existing Conditions; Cosmetic & Experimental treatments; Implants; Organ Transplants
#1 Yes Yes $195 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; Behavior training; Experimental treatments
#2 Yes Yes $222 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; Cosmetic and experimental; dental cleanings;
#3 Yes Yes - up to $650 $210 10% $200 $15,000 Pre-existing conditions; Cosmetic; Cremation; Dental illness; Organ transplants;
#4 Yes No $227 10% $250 none Pre-existing conditions; Preventive care, exams, oral health
#5 Yes Yes - up to $400 $213 10% $50 Per Incident $10,000 Pre-existing conditions; alternative treatments, cremation, behavior/training
#6 Yes No $228 10% $0 none Pre-existing conditions; exams; wellness care, cremations, elective/cosmetic
#7 Yes Yes $204 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; alternative treatments; cremation, behavior/training

*Insurance companies include (in alphabetical order): ASPCA, Embrace Pet Insurance, Nationwide Pet Insurance, Pets Best Insurance, Pet First, Pet Plan USA, and Trupanion Pet Insurance.
**Excludes $2 Monthly Membership Dues

Below is the annual cost for Langley, a four year old cat, for Total Lifetime Care™ and for insurance from a number of Pet insurance companies obtained from their website quotes (as of April 10, 2018):

Insurance Company* Illness/Injury Coverage Wellness Coverage Monthly Cost Co-Pay Requirement Annual Deductible Annual Limit Exclusions
Hannah
(better than insurance)
Yes Yes $37** 0% $0 none Certain Pre-existing conditions; Cosmetic & Experimental treatments; Implants; Organ Transplants
#1 Yes Yes $50 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; Behavior training; Experimental treatments
#2 Yes Yes $75 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; Cosmetic and experimental; dental cleanings;
#3 Yes Yes - up to $650 $108 10% $200 $15,000 Pre-existing conditions; Cosmetic; Cremation; Dental illness; Organ transplants;
#4 Yes No $35 10% $250 none Pre-existing conditions; Preventive care, exams, oral health
#5 Yes Yes - up to $400 $213 10% $50 Per Incident $10,000 Pre-existing conditions; alternative treatments, cremation, behavior/training
#6 Yes No $66 10% $0 none Pre-existing conditions; exams; wellness care, cremations, elective/cosmetic
#7 Yes Yes $58 10% $100 none Pre-existing conditions; alternative treatments; cremation, behavior/training

*Insurance companies include (in alphabetical order): ASPCA, Embrace Pet Insurance, Nationwide Pet Insurance, Pets Best Insurance, Pet First, Pet Plan USA, and Trupanion Pet Insurance.
**Excludes $2 Monthly Membership Dues

What Hannah Members Say

Nearly two weeks ago I took my dog to another clinic and she was diagnosed with Pyometra and I was told she would die that day without surgery. I couldn't afford the $3,800 they wanted. . . A week later and my fur baby was still alive and fighting. Finally I ran across Hannah. . . From the moment I walked in with my insanely thin and ill dog, I was treated with respect and compassion. They didn't hesitate to take care of my fur baby, blood work, X-ray, IV with fluids before I even gave them payment information. My dog is alive, back home, after days of surgery and hospital care, for a fraction of the cost the other vet wanted, and payments spread over the next 12-months. I also, now, will never have to experience this again because for my monthly fee and membership my dog will have great veterinarian care for the rest of her life, no matter what financial obstacles are thrown at me. . .

Jennifer H. June 2016