Lemonade, the digital insurance company powered by social impact, has announced the expansion of its pet insurance into the state of Massachusetts, marking the 37th state it’s available across the US. Exclusively available for dogs and cats, pet parents in Massachusetts can now get the coverage they need across diagnostic, procedural, and other medical needs.
Massachusetts has seen an increase in pet ownership throughout the pandemic and, more recently, a surge of pets up for adoption following nearby storms according to local shelters. With Lemonade, new and existing pet parents can access its top-rated insurance, including:
Personalized coverage: Pet owners can create an insurance package that’s perfect for their family beyond Lemonade’s base policy. With a range of add-ons – like the Preventative, Preventative+, and a Puppy/Kitten Preventative package – things like spaying/neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, and flea and tick treatments are covered. Additionally, pet parents can add vet visit fees or physical therapy options to their policy for those that need it.
Easy, digital experience: From getting a quote to filing a claim, customers are able to access everything they need with the Lemonade app. With the use of AI and Lemonade’s proprietary technology, many claims are resolved within minutes, creating a hassle-free experience when customers need it most.
Socially-impactful business model: With the Giveback program, where leftover premiums are donated to a charity chosen by customers, Lemonade has built an insurance product that’s not only good for pet parents, but for the world. Customers can choose from a range of partners when signing up with Lemonade, including SPCA International and the Humane Society of the United States.
Lemonade also created a guide to help navigate the nuances of raising a dog or cat in the great state of Massachusetts. Whether it’s a breakdown on the best dog parks, toxic plants to watch out for in the area, or local pet businesses to support, pet parents can find it all in Lemonade’s Massachusetts pet insurance guide.