Pet insurance

Pets may not be our whole life, but they do make our lives whole.

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It’s said that love is a four-legged word.

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.

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Popular pet insurance cover options

Lifetime

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.

Time-limited

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.

Accident-only

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.

A few things to know about pet insurance

  1. Dental cover is usually offered as an added extra from providers, always check if it’s included
  2. Not all providers cover the cost of behavioral conditions such as anxiety or phobias
  3. Answer questions accurately, otherwise your policy might not pay out when needed
  4. Accident-only or time-limited cover tends to be better suited for expensive, short term treatments

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Common life insurance questions, answered

How much life insurance do I need?

This depends on who and what you want to protect - and, just as importantly, what you can afford each month. If you want more cover, expect to make higher monthly payments.

When should I take out life insurance?

Life insurance normally costs less when you're younger. If you get cover early, your premiums will be fixed at that lower rate - even as you get older and your health changes.

How will my policy premiums be worked out?

The cost is based on a number of things, such as how much cover you need, the length of your policy and any extras, like critical illness cover.

How often should I review my life insurance?

You buy life insurance based on your priorities at that moment in time. You may move to a bigger home or have more children, in which case your cover may not meet your new needs.

Reviewing life insurance on a regular basis is a good idea. We can still help if you even if you already have cover.

Finding the right cover is quick and easy with QuoteSearch

Our cutting-edge technology compares prices and cover directly from leading providers. We also have experts just on the other side of the phone to discuss your individual needs.

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.

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