Good Life Vet is an award-winning pet insurance company with over 50 years of experience.
We offer pet insurance for every breed, every size and every age.
But we’re also passionate about the human animal.
We believe in providing pet owners with the peace of mind they deserve.
Our pet insurance is based on our personal philosophy: If it makes you happy, you can afford it.
Our guarantee is simple: Our insurance will cover a minimum of $50 per incident.
That’s less than half the average rate for a pet insurance policy.
The good life vet symbol is a badge that has been around for a long time.
It was created by the US Marine Corps in 1917 and was used as a symbol of respect for soldiers and their families.
The Marine Corps’ use of the good life icon in the name Good Life Pet Insurance began when the Marine Corps was in a period of crisis and faced a significant financial shortage.
It took a year for the Marine Corp to hire a new symbol to honor those men and women who were serving their country.
Since then, the Marine Vet has become a symbol for the service and its men and the men and their family members who protect them.
The symbol is based upon the idea that people’s lives are precious and their health and well-being should be protected.
It’s also a reminder that the Marine and its soldiers are not only good soldiers, they are good human beings too.
Good Life pet insurance protects you and your pet from all health problems and is an excellent way to cover unexpected expenses such as a lost pet or damaged property.
What if I have a sick or injured pet?
How much will it cost?
Most pet insurance policies include a limit of $500 per incident, but the amount that you can pay will vary depending on your circumstances and your insurance coverage.
The more serious the problem, the more expensive the policy.
There is a maximum amount that a pet insurer can pay per incident that is based off the size of the pet.
If your pet has an extremely large bill, a vet may be able to help you lower your policy amount.
Your pet can also be eligible for discounted pet insurance if they meet certain medical conditions or if their insurance coverage is restricted.
A veterinarian can help you find a pet that meets the requirements for insurance coverage based on their medical and insurance needs.
We will provide a list of available pet insurance companies that you may be interested in when you sign up for our Pet Insurance Checklist.
When should I call Good Life?
Good Life will only provide you with information about your pet’s insurance and your policy if you call to speak with a Good Life vet.
If you are a pet owner and your dog or cat has a serious health issue, we recommend that you contact the local vet.
The veterinary clinic may be a little more experienced at handling your pet and you may have to bring a doctor’s note with you to the vet.
However, if you’re going to have your pet visit the veterinarian, you’ll want to call to see if the veterinarian has experience with your pet or you can schedule an appointment with the vet’s office.
What happens if I’m not satisfied with the pet insurance I get?
When you sign-up for a Good Lives pet insurance plan, we’ll send you an insurance claim report so that you know what you’re getting yourself into.
If the insurance claim is a non-refundable amount, we will notify you if your policy is paid.
You can also review the terms and conditions and adjust your premiums based on the severity of your pet problem.
In the event that you’re not satisfied, you may contact us at 1-800-871-2637 or toll-free at 1.877.933.6668 and we will try to help.
Good Lives Pet Insurance policies include pet health and safety insurance and a noncustodial pet policy.
We have also included a lifetime pet policy that covers your pet until the age of 50.
What are the benefits of pet insurance?
We understand that pet owners are often concerned with how they can keep their pets healthy and safe.
In addition to the pet health insurance that you get from Good Life, there are a number of other benefits of owning a pet.
Pet owners can also expect to pay lower insurance premiums because the policies are more comprehensive.
GoodLife pet insurance covers your animal for a set period of time, including the first six months of ownership.
This includes pet maintenance, vaccinations, vaccinations and medical examinations.
Pet insurance covers an animal’s life for the life of the animal.
It also covers damage caused to the animal or to your property by your pet, including injuries, illness and even death.
It covers pets with serious health problems that are not covered by pet insurance, such as heartworm and flea bites.
It can cover pets who are injured or killed by the owner or the owner’s pet.
It is also important to note that you do not have to purchase pet insurance to get benefits from GoodLife Pet