There is no substantive difference between a MetLife Pet Insurance policy in New Hampshire and a MetLife Pet policy in another U.S. State.
1 “2023 Pet Insurance of the Year Award” Winners, Pet Independent Innovation Awards
2 Provided all terms of the policy are met. Application is subject to underwriting review and approval. Like most insurance policies, insurance policies issued by IAIC and MetGen contain certain deductibles, co-insurance, exclusions, exceptions, reductions, limitations, and terms for keeping them in force. For costs, complete details of coverage and exclusions, and a listing of approved states, please contact MetLife Pet Insurance Solutions LLC.
3 Approximately 80% of claims are processed within 10 days or less.
4 Wait period for accident coverage is midnight EST compared to 2 to 15 days for competitor's; wait period for illness coverage is 14 days compared to 14 to 30 days for competitor's, based on a January 2021 review of publicly available summary information about competitor's offerings.
5 Accident coverage and Preventive Care coverage (for those who select it) begins on the effective date of your policy. Illness coverage begins 14 days later.
6 Calculation based upon select plans and coverages. Actual rates may vary based on pet age, breed, location, deductible, reimbursement rate, and annual limits you choose.
7 For IAIC policies only
8 All claims paid amounts are based on MetLife internal claims data from October 2022.
9 “Lyme Disease,” Hampton Veterinary Hospital
10 “Some Infectious Diseases Hitting Cats, Dogs Harder,” Veterinary Practice News
11 “Respiratory disease outbreak: New Hampshire and neighboring states, updated Nov. 28, 2022,” Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
12 “Dog Flu Outbreaks - Map,” DogFlu.com
13 “Feline Retro Viruses,” Animal Medical Center of the Upper Valley
14 “Heartworm Disease,” Hampton Veterinary Hospital
15 “Cyanobacteria in New Hampshire Waters,” New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services [PDF]
16 “How to protect pets from coyotes,” WildlifeHelp.org
17 “NORTH AMERICAN DISTRIBUTION,” Urban Coyote Research Project
18 “Noxious by Nature: The Dangers of Poisonous Plants,” New Hampshire Wildlife Journal [PDF]
19 “Inkberry,” American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
20 “Giant Hogweed,” American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
21 “Poison Hemlock,” American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
22 “Poison Sumac,” American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
23 “Water Hemlock,” American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
24 “Most Popular Dog Breeds in the U.S,” CutePaws