Breedsecure

Send your puppies and kittens home with a complimentary trial of pet health insurance.


JOIN OUR BREEDER PROGRAM

Breedsecure is a Petsecure program that partners with breeders across Canada to provide six weeks of complimentary pet health insurance for new puppy and kitten owners. The program helps families provide their new pet with the medical care they need, maintaining a high standard of care after they leave your home.

 

Join the Breedsecure program today!

 

or Login to your Breedsecure account.

Breeder Benefits:

There is no cost to join the Breedsecure program, and the benefits don’t stop there.

By joining the Breedsecure program, you’ll:

  • Provide added value to your puppy and kitten kits when sending them to their new homes
  • Access your Breedsecure account 24/7
  • Receive local support as needed from a Petsecure representative
  • Request your breeder report, which includes trial and claim details
  • Provide each new pet owner with a free 6-week insurance trial
  • Get all the support materials you need

You’ll also help new pet owners pay unexpected veterinary bills, so they can focus on bonding with their new furry family members!

Your breeder representative, Caitlin Ward, is happy to provide program details.

You can contact her directly at 1-800-431-3132 ext. 66350 or breeders@petsecure.com.


NEW PET OWNERS

Ask your breeder if they're a member of the Breedsecure program

so that your new pet can be covered when it's time to bring them home.

Enjoy peace of mind knowing your pet is covered for the unexpected.

Breedsecure Trial Coverage Details

With every trial, new pet owners will get:

  • Six weeks of accident and illness protection for any puppy or kitten from eight weeks up to one year old
  • Up to 80% of eligible vet fees for accidents and illnesses (up to $750 for puppies, and up to $500 for kittens)
  • A $100 deductible per condition
  • Accident and illness coverage that begins 48 hours after the Breedsecure trial is activated
  • A personalized quote for a Petsecure policy

No payment information is collected during the trial period and there are no obligations. All Breedsecure trials expire automatically after six weeks, unless the pet owner continues with a Petsecure policy.

If a new owner wants to start a Petsecure policy, we make it easy to switch. They can convert any time during their trial and get extra benefits, too. Read our Breedsecure FAQs for more information.

Join the Breedsecure program today

WHY PETSECURE?

We’ve partnered with over 750 breeders across Canada.

There are no sign-up fees and we cover exam fees and taxes.

We’re 100% Canadian owned and operated

We’ve protected over 1.4 million pets

We’re the longest standing Canadian pet insurance company with 30 years’ experience


BREEDSECURE TRIAL FAQS

Why is insurance recommended?

Curious kittens and playful puppies can get into all sorts of mischief, and pet health insurance provides protection for those unexpected accidents and illnesses. Pet health insurance also provides new pet owners with peace of mind, knowing that coverage will be available when it’s needed. Setting money aside can take several years to save up for the cost of an unexpected illness or injury. For example, there may not be enough money saved up to cover the vet fees for an accident or illness four months into a “savings” plan. If your new pet owners have more questions about pet health insurance, we are happy to answer all of their questions!

How much does the trial cost?

There is no cost associated with the Breedsecure trial for breeders or pet owners.

How does the trial work?

To begin coverage, the trial needs to be activated within 10 days of the puppy or kitten going home. This can be done online through the breeder portal or by calling us toll free at 1-800-268-1169. Once the trial is activated, the new pet is protected for six weeks, after the initial 48-hour waiting period for accidents and illnesses. Owners will receive a welcome package, which includes the terms, conditions and benefits of their trial, along with a claim form and a brochure outlining our Petsecure plans.

What is covered on the trial?

Accidents, illnesses, exam fees, taxes, surgeries, medication, and more. See the Terms and Conditions for full details.

What is not covered on the trial?

Pre-existing conditions, dental, spay or neuter, pregnancy and associated conditions, cosmetic/elective procedures, and training lessons. See the Terms and Conditions for full details.

How is a claim made?

Your puppy or kitten’s new owner will visit their veterinarian, pay their vet bill and have their vet complete the claim form and sign it. The client or the clinic can email or fax the claim form to Petsecure with any invoices or receipts. Any applicable reimbursement will be sent.

What happens after six weeks?

Your puppy or kitten’s new owner can contact us at any time during the six-week trial to extend their policy. We’ll waive the waiting periods for accident and illness when they continue coverage before their trial expires. If we don’t hear from them, their coverage will automatically end in six weeks.

What are the benefits of converting a Breedsecure trial to a Petsecure policy?

  • Uninterrupted coverage – no additional waiting periods for accident and illness coverage.

  • No exclusions – based on conditions that may develop during the trial period. Conditions that were covered on the trial will continue to be covered with a Petsecure policy.

  • Four Petsecure plans to choose from that provide higher coverage amounts and include alternative coverage, dental coverage, customer benefits, wellness coverage, and much more.

  • Owners can get a pet insurance quote today!

What is co-insurance?

Co-insurance (sometimes called 'co-pay') is the portion of the pet insurance claim that you are responsible for. With the Breedsecure trial, pet owners pay 20%, and Petsecure covers 80% of eligible veterinary fees.

What is a deductible?

The deductible is the fixed amount that you pay after your co-insurance. With the Breedsecure trial, pet owners pay a $100 deductible per incident, only if they need to make a claim. 

What is a pre-existing condition?

A pre-existing condition means that the condition first occured or showed symptoms before the pet’s coverage started, or occurred during the waiting periods.

Are breed-specific conditions, like hip dysplasia, covered?

Yes. Petsecure does not exclude hereditary or congenital conditions, as long as they are not pre-existing.

Read our Petsecure FAQs for more information.