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Pets Best Announces New Underwriter for Pet Insurance Policies
Date:12/15/2008

BOISE, Idaho, Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Pets Best Insurance LLC (Pets Best) announced today that effective December 12, 2008, new policies will be underwritten by Aetna Insurance Company of Connecticut (AICC) in Alabama, District of Columbia, Idaho, Iowa, Montana, North Dakota and Texas. The change will strengthen Pets Best's overall position in the industry and provide a better platform for the continued growth of its mission to protect pets throughout the U.S. Existing policy holders will be automatically notified when policies roll over to AICC-underwritten coverage.

"This will be a seamless transition for our existing customers and will allow us to provide more options for pet owners, including increased coverage and additional deductible levels," said Jack Stephens DVM, President of Pets Best Insurance. "In these uncertain economic times, we want pet owners to know that they don't have to deal with pet accidents and illnesses alone. Now more than ever, we want people to know about their options for protection."

Pets Best plans will remain competitively priced, with reimbursements based on a straightforward 80% of veterinary bills after the deductible. Premium rates with AICC will be based on experience by breed, pet age and the typical veterinary costs within each policy holder's local area.

Pets Best and AICC will work together to extend outreach to pet owners, communicating the value of budgeting for unexpected accidents and illness through reliable, affordable insurance. Plans will include a choice of higher deductibles for pet owners who want to lower the cost of their premiums. The expanded range of options will give policyholders the ability to design plans around their budget and risk tolerance.

Importantly, Pets Best plans underwritten by AICC have earned the exclusive recommendation of the American Veterinary Medical Association Group Health and Life Insurance Trust (
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