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Pet Insurance provides financial protection against unexpected costs relating to your pet(s). Insurance claims can cover certain veterinary bills for accidents, illnesses and injuries.
Pet Insurance can also help cover financial costs if your pet is lost, stolen or if they die.
Third-party cover can protect you in case your pet harms someone else or their property.
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Emergency surgery and treatment
Death by accident or illness
Support for missing or stolen pets
Third party liability
Euthanasia, cremation and burial
Pet boarding fees if you fall ill
The scope of coverage is dependent on the insurance provider you choose. Please carefully read insurance policy wording to understand what is covered and what is excluded in your Pet Insurance policy.
*Price per month for cover based on a cat, Maggie, aged 6, no known medical conditions, neutered, up to date vaccinations and microchipped. Based on quote data provided by Seopa Ltd during June 2023. The quote price you could achieve is dependent on your individual circumstances.
**Price per month for cover based on a dog, Mitzi, aged 1, no known medical conditions, up to date vaccinations and microchipped. Based on quote data provided by Seopa Ltd during June 2023. The quote price you could achieve is dependent on your individual circumstances.
You will need to provide your pet’s details, such as the name, gender, age and breed. You’ll be asked about your pet’s medical history, such as any known pre-existing conditions, vaccinations or whether they’ve been neutered. Your basic details will also be necessary.
Routine treatments such as vaccinations, worming and flea treatments, nail clipping or grooming, neutering/spaying, and routine dental work are rarely covered. Pre-existing illness or injury will not be covered, nor will pregnancy or costs related to giving birth.
It is important to note that pet insurance policies are annual, however you are often given the choice to pay monthly. If you pay monthly and make a claim before the annual period is up, you will be required to make the remaining payments (or these will be deducted from any monetary claim). Your pet insurance premium will be cheaper if you pay annually, so it can be a good idea to do this if you can afford it.
Using a comparison service, like this one, is one of the best ways to save money on your pet insurance policy. Although lifetime cover can be more expensive than annual policies, it can provide a more comprehensive cover than finding a new provider every year due to your pet’s advancing age and pre-existing conditions not being covered by new providers. Some pet insurance companies will provide cheaper quotes if your pet is castrated or spayed before you take out the policy, and some insurers will only offer quotes if your pet is up-to-date with the recommended vaccinations.
The insurance comparison service here is being provided by Seopa Ltd, who are regulated and authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA FRN 313860). Protect Line Ltd will receive a commission for introductions made to insurers, which result in a policy being purchased.
The information contained within this page is for editorial purposes only and not intended as financial advice.