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Pet Insurance for dogs?

Cossie_boy Dec 30, 2007

  1. Cossie_boy

    Cossie_boy Member

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    Hi all,

    Could anyone recomend a good company to go wth for pet insurance.

    I have a year old cross pooch and really must get him insured!

    I know you have to look at monthly costs and excess, but im a bit unclear on things like if the animal is ill, some companies only cover for a year etc...

    Any advise much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Dave
     
  2. 1.8JT

    1.8JT Boots Electric

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    Search for a company called Healthy Pets in google- we have a beagle pup & have the top cover & only pay £12pm, compared to tesco £22 which isnt bad considering the pup cost £850.
     
  3. TRS1

    TRS1 Topper Harley

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    Pet plan :icon_thumright:
    A lot of insurers won't continue to pay treatment on something they've being paying out for for 12 months. (after the 12 month period your no longer covered for that particular ailment) but pet plan continue to cover you for life.
     
  4. Cossie_boy

    Cossie_boy Member

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    yeah ive heard that, cool, im thinking of going with them
     
  5. RGBArgee

    RGBArgee Guest

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    My mate wishes he'd had pet insurance on his old Rover (SD1 V8) when the engine blew up!):hubbahubba:
     
  6. Boydie

    Boydie Guest

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    Lottie speaks the truth! Our Boxer bitch is insured with PetPlan and we would be totally broke without it

    Our dog has serious alergies and the insurance sorts us out with bills etc...

    Great company and will use them again!
     
  7. jeffers999

    jeffers999 got boost

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    I use buddies pet insurance http://www.buddies.co.uk/ they seem good with me and paid vets bills direct so i cant complain ...
     
  8. ash_s3

    ash_s3 Active Member

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    i use sainsburys, about £7 p/month i think, direct debit aswell
     

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