Pet Insurance

  • Consider if your pet needs insurance, this may depend on the age, breed, medical history, temperament and local services.
  • Speak to your vet who may have some good links, and shop around for the best deals, checking annually to see if moving reduces your bill.
  • When vet bills comes they are likely to be high – so make sure you have a fund or DD into a savings account to cover them.
  • No policy will cover you for damage by pets, so be careful if your pet is ‘leaky’ and you damage the sofa or carpet while cleaning it- your insurance won’t cover that (just a random example…)
  • Be very clear what your cover actually covers – long term medication, pre-existing illness and euthanasia are rarely covered.

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