Dog Insurance in Canada
The breadth and depth of our medical insurance coverage for dogs comes from our absolute love of dogs. Every dog. Breed, size, age, mix, you name it. We love dogs. And we love seeing dogs get well.
We understand pooches from head to tail
No matter what kind of dog you have, we’ve probably had experience helping another owner with that same type of dog get the best medical care their dog needed for an illness or injury. Our dog insurance also covers congenital or hereditary conditions.
We’ve helped Canadians and their dogs since 1998, and we’d like to help you, too. We’d love for you to say, “do whatever it takes,” to your veterinarian.
We offer fair premiums and deductible amounts
We've done our research. So when you get a dog insurance quote from us, it is fair and affordable. We base it on your specific dog – breed, age, gender, and their neuter/spay status – our research about other dogs like yours, the cost of veterinary care in your area, and your deductible amount.
We reimburse 90% of all covered costs*
If your puppy, adult, or senior gets sick or injured, we reimburse 90% of all covered costs of veterinary care, including: diagnostic tests, surgeries, medications, hospital stays, and medical care from emergency veterinary clinics and veterinary specialists. You are responsible for applicable taxes, the exam fee, and your deductible (if you choose to have one).
We don’t have payout limits
Without payout limits, you can take your dog to the veterinarian for an injury or illness whenever you need to. We’ll continue to help you as long as your dog needs us to.
"When we brought home our yellow Lab pup, Bella, she seemed very healthy. At about 9 months, we noticed she was having trouble with her back legs. She was diagnosed with bilateral medial patellar luxation. The x-rays, surgeries, medications, and check-up visits to our veterinarian totaled over $10,000, and Trupanion paid 90%. She is now a happy, healthy 4-year-old dog, taking special vitamins for her knees. Thanks to Trupanion for all they are doing for Bella."
Lynda S., Toronto, ON
"My sweet Golden Retriever/Newfoundland, Ruby, was diagnosed with advanced hip dysplasia at only 6 months old! She has had to have multiple surgeries, but lives a happy, albeit slow life. She is my absolute joy, and I owe my continued time with her to Trupanion."
Jennifer J., Vancouver, B.C.