Pet insurance can help to pay for treatments, so you can focus on getting them back on their feet.
Veterinary visits and care can quickly add up, with most cats and dogs will needing some form of treatment at least once in their life. It’s not easy to think about your pets being sick or injured, but what would you do if you were faced with a vets bill for hundreds or even thousands of pounds?
A pet insurance policy could provide financial support for your furry friends when it matters the most.
The most comprehensive protection, covers your pet for accidents, injuries or illnesses throughout their life – As well as putting to sleep should the time come, cremation and burial costs.
A mid-level pet insurance, covering accidents and illnesses for up to 12 months from when the condition is first diagnosed or up to the life of the policy, whichever happens first.
This basic type of pet insurance helps to cover the cost of treatment if your pet is involved in an accident, it generally doesn’t cover illnesses, diseases or other conditions.
Most providers don’t cover vaccinations, you’ll usually pay for check-ups and preventative treatments yourself.
Standard policies almost always exclude pre-existing conditions. There are specialist insurers who will cover recurring illnesses, or you can exclude the condition from your policy.
Just like people, as your pet gets older they’re more likely to suffer from diseases or injuries, insurance providers will charge more to reflect the increased risk.
You buy pet insurance based on your priorities at that moment in time. Your pet may develop a new condition or illness in which case your cover may not meet your new needs.
Reviewing pet insurance on a regular basis is a good idea. We can still help if you even if you already have cover.
Our service is completely free and there’s no pressure to take out a policy. We’re 100% independent and FCA regulated, meaning you can proceed with confidence.