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Heading 5 Glad you asked! Pet insurance is a policy that reimburses you for your pet’s treatments and medical care if they get sick or hurt. Having pet insurance helps out with veterinary bills for diagnostic tests and treatments related to accidental injuries and illnesses (provided these occur after your policy’s waiting period has ended).

Paragraph text – Whilst having pet insurance doesn’t make an illness or accident go away, it does soften the financial blow and makes it easier to provide the best veterinary care for your pet without money being the deciding factor.

Pet insurance covers a wide range of things from ear infections to diabetes, all the way through to cancer treatment and the cost of x-rays and surgery if your pet accidently swallows a toy. Your pet insurance policy will come in handy if your pet accidentally breaks a bone or is hurt by a car, or if they accidentally eat something dangerous they shouldn’t have.

It’s important to protect the ones that are important to you and no-one wants to bankrupt themselves to keep their pet healthy if they ever get themselves into trouble. Having pet insurance means that you and your furry friend can have peace of mind, even when life gets tough and things don’t go as planned.

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    Whilst having pet insurance doesn’t make an illness or accident go away, it does soften the financial blow and makes it easier to provide the best veterinary care for your pet without money being the deciding factor.
  • Pet insurance covers a wide range of things from ear infections to diabetes, all the way through to cancer treatment and the cost of x-rays and surgery if your pet accidently swallows a toy. Your pet insurance policy will come in handy if your pet accidentally breaks a bone or is hurt by a car, or if they accidentally eat something dangerous they shouldn’t have.
  • It’s important to protect the ones that are important to you and no-one wants to bankrupt themselves to keep their pet healthy if they ever get themselves into trouble. Having pet insurance means that you and your furry friend can have peace of mind, even when life gets tough and things don’t go as planned.
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    Whilst having pet insurance doesn’t make an illness or accident go away, it does soften the financial blow and makes it easier to provide the best veterinary care for your pet without money being the deciding factor.
  2. Pet insurance covers a wide range of things from ear infections to diabetes, all the way through to cancer treatment and the cost of x-rays and surgery if your pet accidently swallows a toy. Your pet insurance policy will come in handy if your pet accidentally breaks a bone or is hurt by a car, or if they accidentally eat something dangerous they shouldn’t have.
  3. It’s important to protect the ones that are important to you and no-one wants to bankrupt themselves to keep their pet healthy if they ever get themselves into trouble. Having pet insurance means that you and your furry friend can have peace of mind, even when life gets tough and things don’t go as planned.

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An important reminder that these exclusions only relate to pre-existing conditions.

Optional Extra Benefits

During the application process You will be provided with the option to include Optional Extra Benefits that cover certain conditions and Treatments which are not otherwise covered under the Policy.

 

The Optional Extra Benefits are:

Alternative Therapies, Behavioural Problems, and Dental Illness.

 

Examples of Alternative Therapies: Acupuncture, physiotherapy, hydrotherapy

Examples of Behavioural Problems: Excessive licking, fur pulling, pacing and destructive

chewing.

Examples of Dental Illnesses: Dental diseases, gingivitis, periodontal disease.