The cost of your Pumpkin Dog Insurance plan will depend on a few key factors:
Pet Species and Breed: Typically, dogs are more expensive to insure than cats. Also, certain breeds have more health problems than others and may also cost more to insure, so this is a factor that can impact the monthly cost of your plan.
Location: Average vet care costs in your city are taken into consideration, so pet parents in cities with less costly vet care may have lower monthly premiums (and vice versa).
Age: Older dogs are at a higher risk for developing certain illnesses, so you can expect to pay a higher monthly premium for an adult or senior vs. a puppy. That said, Pumpkin insurance plans will NEVER reduce or limit coverage for aging pets.
Annual Coverage Limit: The amount your insurance plan is designed to cover in eligible vet bills each year will impact the cost of your plan. Higher annual limits usually result in higher monthly premiums, whereas lower annual limits result in lower ones.
Annual Deductible: How much you choose to pay towards eligible vet bills each year before your 90% cash back kicks in can also affect the monthly cost of your plan. In general, the higher the annual deductible, the lower the monthly premium.
To find out how much a Pumpkin Dog Insurance plan will cost for your fur kid, fetch a free quote today. Plus, learn more about how pet insurance providers set their dog insurance plan costs here.