Pet Super Plan: Cover With All The Bells & Whistles For Your Precious Pet
The best of the best. The top of the pops. Here’s what you need to know about our Pet Super Plan (the plan that’s got it all for your furry member of the family).
At Oneplan, we pride ourselves on giving you a wide range of options when it comes to our various pet healthcare plans. Don’t believe us? Take a look at our plans page right here. It’s pawesome.
Our plans range from essential accident-only cover (pawfect cover for unexpected accidents) to our Pet Hospital Plan, to the Classic Plan and finally, the best of the lot when it comes to benefits is the Pet Super Plan.
Let’s dig into this cuddle-worthy plan and find out if it’s the right match for you, shall we?
The details on our Super Plan
When it comes to benefits, this plan certainly has the health of your pet covered.
What is the monthly cost of this plan?
R390 a month.
What medical costs am I covered for?
Visits to the vet - Up to R1 400 per visit 4 Visits per annum
Vet visits include cover for - Consultations, radiology (x-rays), pathology (blood tests) and minor dental procedures
You get 4 visits to your vet each year. Did we mention we also pay you BEFORE you see the vet? Don’t worry, we will get to how claiming works in a bit.
Routine care - R820 a year
● Consultations for and/or vaccinations, deworming, flea control
● Anal gland expression
● Teeth scaling and polishing
Routine care is an important part of ensuring your pet leads a healthy and happy life. It forms a part of preventive care and helps detect and treat any underlying health concerns that could develop into more serious and costly medical procedures if left unnoticed.
Accident cover - Up to R50 000
Accidents are the things you don’t see coming. Like when your pet is hit by a car or is involved in a fight. Accidents are emergencies when your pet needs immediate medical attention.
Accidents do not include issues that have developed over time such as sores on your pet’s body or bone issues. They are things that happen quickly and require you to rush your pet to the vet because of the issue.
Here’s what accident cover includes:
Burns or electrocution, car accidents, falls from a height, actions of another animal, poisoning, near drowning or embedded foreign bodies (if Spike swallows a rock).
Trauma that results in fractured bones, lacerations, abrasions, punctures or wounds, gastric torsion (twisting of the stomach).
Burial/cremation/euthanasia cover included for up to R1500.
Illness cover - Up to R47 000
An illness is an issue (disease or sickness) that started after your cover began.
Here is what your pet is covered for:
Treatment that needs an overnight stay or surgery (this overnight stay needs to be suggested by your vet and not something you think is a good idea)
Burial/cremation/euthanasia cover included for up to R1500
If something happens to you and you end up in the hospital and are unable to look after your precious pet, then we also include kennel feels.
You are covered for up to R175 a day and R1 750 per event.
How does claiming work with Oneplan?
We get that life is complicated, which is why we make sure our insurance is easy to use, easy to understand and easy to apply.
We ensure everything we do is straight-up, simple and honest.
Which is why we created our claims system to make your life easier.
When it comes time to visit the vet, all you have to do is login to the smart Oneplan app and load your claim. We will then transfer the funds you need to your Onecard within seconds.
What’s a Onecard?
Your unique Onecard is sent to you when you become a member of the Oneplan Family.
We preload funds onto this card for claims and you swipe it at your vet’s office as you would a debit card.
How do you know if this plan is right for you and your pet?
Finding the right pet plan can be tricky. The Pet Super Plan is the best pet cover you can get with Oneplan. It includes comprehensive cover for routine care, and accidents and emergencies. It’s everything you need, and more.
If you want to know whether or not this is the right plan for you, then there are a few things you need to take into consideration.
The breed of your pet
Your pet’s breed can have a lot to do with their health risks. Some breeds such as Pugs or French Bulldogs are known for developing breathing issues due to their short snouts. These issues require expensive surgery to be corrected.
Great Danes, on the other hand, are at very high risk for bloat, they also commonly suffer from hip dysplasia, as well as wobbler disease, and congenital heart diseases.
Of course, it also comes down to what you can afford.
The age of your pet
Older pets are more prone to health concerns. The older your pet, the more comprehensive your pet insurance plan should be.
So, are you barking up the tree of the Pet Super Plan?
Yours in cuddle-worthy pet insurance,