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Let us know whether your pet has been neutered, has had any vaccinations, and has had any previous health conditions. These factors will affect the price of your pet insurance premium.
What your insurance covers depends on what type of policy you choose and how much you pay for it. Different policies can cover different things, so think hard about what you want your pet insured for before you buy.
Covering vet bills is usually why people take out pet insurance. Most insurers will cover vet costs, including unexpected accidents and illnesses, depending on which policy you opt for.
But vet bills can range, and the types of treatment your pet could need may or may not be covered. Certain treatments, like that of long-term conditions, hereditary conditions, your pet’s dental and breeding risks, are covered in some policies but not others. Think about what you want for your pet and check exactly what a policy covers before taking it out.
This covers you if your pet is lost or stolen. It can provide you with the pet’s purchase price (be sure to have proof of this). Some policies will also cover the cost of advertising for a lost pet or the cost of reward if it is found and returned.
This will cover you for your pet’s purchase price in the sad case of it passing away by illness or injury. If your pet dies of an illness, its age may affect whether you’re covered for it. Good insurers should cover you in the case of your pet having to be put down.
Also known as liability cover, this covers dogs, and dogs only, in the case they injure somebody or damage their property. It provides the required amount needed for reparations, usually up to £1 million or more.
We all love our pets, and it can be tempting to rush into an insurance plan to have your pet covered as soon as possible. Not shopping around for a solid policy at a good price can be costly, though, and you may not get an insurance policy that does everything you need.
Shop around. Use Compare to find hand-picked policies at great prices. Top up the savings with up to £20 cashback, and you can end up saving some real money.
Your pet’s health can affect your premiums. So try to keep healthy by giving it lots of exercise and a good diet.
If you own a dog, you are required by law to have them microchipped. This is not the case for cats. But it’s possible to reduce the cost of your cat insurance premium if you get your cat microchipped. This way, it’ll be easier to find them if they’re lost or stolen.
Have more than one pet? Insuring several pets on the same policy can save you money. You can get a discount for each subsequent pet you add to the policy.
Yes, you can. After you’ve taken out pet insurance, there’s a two-week cooling-off period. If you change your mind in this period you can cancel your insurance and get a full refund for any premiums you’ve already paid. This is how most providers do it.
If you wish to cancel your insurance after the cooling-off period, the majority of pet insurers won’t give you a refund for any premium you’ve already paid.
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*This policy provides annual cover including the cost of vet fees up to £2,500. (You have a choice of pet profiles outlined below, one of which MUST be included as part of the disclaimer)