Find out why breeders trust Trupanion
Our medical insurance coverage is trusted by prestigious breeders because we help pet owners seek the best veterinary care for their new puppies and kittens.
You take great care to breed responsibly, test for proper genetics, and steward your breed. Trupanion protects your litters after they leave your care and head into the bright new world with their new families.
Joining the Trupanion Breeder Support Program gives you:
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Breeder Support Program FAQs
You have questions, we have answers.
You will be assigned a dedicated account manager when you join our program. Your account manager will provide you with a PDF of your Go Home Day Offer and informational materials to include in your puppy/kitten packs. They can also provide you with reporting upon request to view which of your buyers are taking advantage of the offer, as well claims submitted by your buyers. We also periodically offer Trupanion goodies as a thank you.
We are unable to compensate breeders for participating in our program.
No. The buyer must be the one who activates their offer. There are two reasons:
- It's illegal for somebody to activate insurance in someone else's name unless you're a properly licensed producer/agent.
- When a breeder activates, buyers don't understand what they're getting and it can result in confusion about coverage resulting in a poor experience for the buyer.
Any new accident or illness is eligible for coverage, including hereditary and congenital diseases.* Additionally, all pets receive the same coverage regardless of breed — we have no breed restrictions or exclusions.
We don’t cover pre-existing conditions, including those that are already showing signs or symptoms prior to activation. Wellness or preventative care and spay/neuter are also not eligible for coverage. You can learn more about our coverage here.
You can also call us any time with your policy questions at 888.615.8318.
*Terms and conditions apply. See the policy for details.
No. At this time, we have no group plan for breeders. Each pet must be enrolled individually.
However, the Trupanion Policy does offer a rider with coverage specific to the risks associated with breeding.