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Insure Your Pets

Brethren Insurance Services offers Pet Insurance for employees of churches, districts, camps, and other BBT employer groups through Nationwide, the largest carrier of this type of insurance. You can enroll today.

What does our basic plan offer?

The basic plan called My Pet Protection that covers:

  • Accidents and illness
  • Hereditary and congenital conditions
  • Cancer
  • Dental diseases
  • Behavioral treatments
  • Therapeutic diets and supplements
  • Specialty and ER coverage
  • Choice of any veterinarian
  • An annual deductible of $250

What does our second plan offer?

My Pet Protection with Wellness includes all of the above as well as the following:

  • Wellness exams
  • Spaying or neutering
  • Fleas and tick treatments
  • Teeth cleaning
  • Shots 

Added features:

  • They will pay boarding and kennel fees if plan members are hospitalized as a result of illness or injury and need care for their pet while they are in the hospital.
  • They will pay for advertising and a reward if an insured pet strays or is stolen 
  • They offer replacement cost up to $1,000 if the pet is stolen or cannot be found within 60 days 
  • They also cover veterinary expenses associated with the death (due to injury or illness) of an insured pet, including euthanasia, cremation, or burial, as well as the cost of another pet to take its place.

Pet insurance is available for dogs, cats, and other pets such as birds, certain reptiles, and more.

There is also a vet helpline to offer 24/7 advice on matters from general pet health concerns to urgent care needs. If you work for an organization served by Brethren Insurance Services and need pet insurance, sign up below, or call Nationwide at 877-738-7874.

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Brethren Benefit Trust provides retirement benefits, health and welfare benefits, asset management, and financial advocacy to pastors, employees, and members of the greater Church of the Brethren community.

Since it began as the Pension Board in 1943, BBT has been called to serve its members and clients, and we are thankful for that opportunity.