*based on a lifetime policy for a 1 year old male Cockapoo, who is neutered, fully vaccinated and shows no signs of aggression. Cover starts on 22nd July 2022. Prices are correct as of 11th July 2022.
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Compare puppy insurance policies to find the best plan for you and your bundle of cuteness.
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First, we need some details. We’ll need to know the breed, exact age, and how much you paid for them. All this information will be factored into your eventual premiums.
We also need details relating to medical history. We’ll ask questions about any previous health issues he or she has had, whether they have had any vaccinations or neutering procedures yet, and generally other surgical procedures. It’s important that we get these details so that you can get the best value insurance policy for you.
This depends on the type of insurance policy you’re looking for and how much you intend to pay. It’s a difficult decision that requires a little bit of homework and a lot of comparison (which we can help with).
Think about what your puppy is likelier to need in terms of coverage. Is the breed more susceptible to certain illnesses? Did his or her parents have a congenital issue that could be passed down? These are the kinds of questions you need to ask.
Vet bills are among the most common claims made on pet insurance policies. Wherever you are in the UK, veterinary bills can be costly because of their significant overheads and other costs. Coverage against vet bills should be at the top of your priority list when looking for puppy insurance.
With the rate of puppy thefts increasing in the UK, most pet insurance providers in the UK have doubled down on their theft coverage to ensure that more owners are covered by ample policies. If your puppy goes missing, many providers will also contribute towards the advertising and rewards involved in the search for them.
In the heartbreaking event of your puppy passing away from illness or injury, most insurance providers will provide sufficient cover. You will also receive cover from the majority of insurers if your puppy has to be put down.
With a third-party insurance policy, you will be covered in the somewhat unlikely event that your impossibly cute puppy injures somebody or manages to damage their property. Puppies will be puppies, so perhaps it’s better to be on the safe side if yours is more adventurous than others.
You will receive the amount necessary to make sufficient reparations of up to £1 million or more. It would take a particularly adventurous pup, but you never know.
Do your homework and compare as many insurance quotes as possible. (we’ll give you access to the best). You don’t want to rush into a top-tier policy if it doesn’t provide you with the benefits you need. Don't forget to compare dog insurance quotes, either.
Remember that we can give you up to £20 cashback, too. Paired with the savings you could make by comparing, you’re looking at significant savings for both the short and long term.
If you maintain a healthy diet and give your puppy exercise (as if you have a choice in the matter), you could see your premiums decrease over time.
It is currently required by UK law to have your dog microchipped, and neglecting to do so might mean that providers reject your insurance application altogether.
If you’re lucky enough to own more than one puppy, you should consider multi-pet insurance for full coverage (and maybe even a discount). Puppy litter insurance is a popular option because it provides specific and clear benefits - perfect if you’ve got your hands full and need to make a decision quickly.
An excess is the amount of money you pay each time you make a claim (for example, for every vet visit). Some insurers will ask for a fee every time you visit, while others work on a percentage basis which requires you to pay a small percentage of your claim.
Your excess is agreed between you and the insurer, so keep an eye out for information relating to your excess when you’re shopping for quotes.