The ManyPets pet Wellness Plan*

Reimbursement for routine and preventative pet care

Nothing beats getting healthy—except staying healthy.

  • Pet wellness exams and vaccinations
  • Flea, tick, and heartworm prevention
  • Dental cleanings and at-home dental care
  • Vitamins, supplements, and more

Good news. We accept all veterinarians.

Why Wellness?

The ManyPets dog and cat Wellness Plans reimburses you for preventative care, which makes it a great option for pet parents looking to complement their Accident and Illness policy. With a Wellness Plan, you won’t have to skimp on routine care just to protect your bank account. 

What pet Wellness Plans cover

The ManyPets Wellness Plan reimburses you for the cost of routine and preventative care, including routine vet visits and certain over-the-counter products.

We’ll pay you up to $150 per plan term in each of the categories below, adding up to as much as $600 per year:

Wellness Category Example Reimbursable Items Annual Category Allowance ($600 Total)
Routine Exams + Vaccines Wellness checkup, vaccinations (Rabies, Bordatella, Parvo, etc.) $150
Tests + Parasite Prevention Parasite (flea, tick, heartworm) prevention, fecal tests $150
Dental Cleanings + At-home Dental Brushes, chews, scaling procedures $150
Vitamins + Supplements Vitamins + supplements, acupuncture, chiropractor $150

Need more details? Here's a sample Wellness Plan (PDF).

Wellness tailored to your pet

Wellness for dogs

Wellness for cats

"Treating unexpected emergencies is important — but routine health care is the first and best way to keep your pet happy, healthy and by your side for many years to come."

— Dr. Hanie Elfenbein, DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine)

two men holding adult dalmation dog

Wellness and insurance—what’s the difference?

Pet insurance reimburses you for the unexpected: accidents and illnesses. Wellness reimburses you for the expected routine and preventative care to keep your furry friend happy, healthy, and frisky.

Your Wellness Plan is not an insurance product, but just like insurance, it puts money back in your pocket and makes caring for your pet more affordable.

Wellness vs. Accident & Illness Coverage

Treatments & Conditions Wellness Accident & Illness
Routine Exams (Preventative checkups performed by a vet)
Vaccinations (Rabies, Bordetella, DHPP, FVRCP, Lyme, etc.)
Parasite Preventation (Preventative meds for fleas, ticks, heartworms, etc.)
Routine Testing (Fecal testing, FIV/FELV testing, etc.)
Routine Dental Care (Cleanings, brushes, chews, etc.)
Vitamins + Supplements (Vitamins, supplements & more for routine care)
Chronic Conditions (Cancer, Diabetes, Cushing’s, etc.)
Orthopedic Conditions (Torn ligaments, luxating patella, etc.)
Congenital Conditions (Hip dysplasia, IVDD, etc.)
Accidents (Broken bones, foreign body ingestions, etc.)
Seasonal Conditions (Allergies, Hot Spots, Chronic Ear Infections, etc.)
Acute Illnesses (Colds, flus, etc.)

Be proactive when it comes to your pet's health

By utilizing tools such as wellness care and pet insurance, pet owners can be proactive when it comes to their pet's health.

*The ManyPets Wellness Plan is not an insurance product, but rather an optional reimbursement plan that you may purchase in addition to insurance. The ManyPets Wellness Plan is only available to pets who are also covered under a ManyPets pet insurance policy.