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We all love our pets, but it's no secret that vet bills can be expensive. If your pet becomes ill, injured or lost, their treatment can cost hundreds of pounds. If you get ill or injured, you can head to a hospital where you'll be treated free of charge by an NHS doctor. Unfortunately, there is no such equivalent for our furry friends. To make things worse, vet bills can get eye-wateringly high in some cases.

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Pet Insurance Cover Questions

These are some of the common questions people have, and answers, so you know what to expect before you get a Pet Insurance cover or Pet Insurance insurance quote.

Can i get cover that starts immediately?

Yes, most policies will start when you purchase your cover, which means you could claim straight away in an emergency. However others might have a 14-day cooling off period so you will need to check your policy's terms and conditions or policy wording.

Can i cover my older dog, cat or pey?

Yes, but many insurers set a maximum age limit on their policies, for example eight years old for dogs and cats.

Can i get cover for my rabbit?

Normally rabbits require a specific rabbit insurance and are not generally covered under pet insurance.

Is there an excess to pay when I claim?

Yes, an excess is payable per condition. For Lifetime policies this will be payable per condition, per year. This forms part of your quote and as with your premium, is also based on your pet’s species, breed, age and where they live.

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