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Hi, we have a new kitten. Has anyone got any good deals for pet insurance, have searched around but not found anything outstanding yet. Anything with Quidco is a bonus For anyone interested here i… Read More
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1d, 9m agoPosted 1 decade, 9 months ago
Hi, we have a new kitten. Has anyone got any good deals for pet insurance, have searched around but not found anything outstanding yet. Anything with Quidco is a bonus

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1d, 9m agoPosted 1 decade, 9 months ago
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#1
Hi mate,
Best not to go for the cheapest pet insurance as you don't get half as much cover !!

The best I found for my little puppy was at M&S Finance - works out at around £10 per month, but there is no excess on claims like every other pet insurer :)
#2
Everywhere I read it says that pet insurance is a waste of money.

There are so many exemptions in the policies, they are worthless!

Those in the know advise putting the premium aside in a bank account and using it should any veterenarian need to take it off you in large chunks!

:pirate: CJ :pirate:
#3
Well I Can say it is well worthwhile.

When I first got my little Staff, it jumped up & landed funny and injured her back leg.

She had to go for an examination, x-ray & a nights stay in the vets, all in all costing around £200. Thankfully she didn;t need an op (which would have been in the region of £400).

Paid on my credit card, and claimed on my insurance - got it all back within a week (cheque). Without it, i'd have been skint !!!!

Not sure on cats though ?
#4
The insurance isn't a waste of time - especially with M&S insurance.

No excess and full cover - including if your dog chews something!

Lots aren't worthwhile but this one I would recommend - I only pay £10 a month.
#5
cutthroat_jake

Those in the know advise putting the premium aside in a bank account and using it should any veterenarian need to take it off you in large chunks!

:pirate: CJ :pirate:



Thats what i would do - its a waste of money, as long as you get all the injections you shouldn't have to much to worry about as long as you don't live on a main road
#6
chrisapplegate
hats what i would do - its a waste of money, as long as you get all the injections you shouldn't have to much to worry about as long as you don't live on a main road


...........so if your dog (who has had all it's injections & lives in a nice country house) one day decides to eat a load of stones, chew a beer can, jumps up & breaks a leg, gets attacked by another animal, has a natural illness, suffers injusry due to house accident, fire etc, it will be fine not to be insured will it ?

It's up to you, but for peace of mind, I'd rather pay the £10 per month !!
#7
I agree Chris - we have a chocolate labrador and they are known for being a bit dozy!

Our friend has same breed and it decided to eat a sock - £2500 and 3 ops later - she didn't have insurance. I would hate to be in the situation that I couldn't afford to pay the vet bills and therefore had to let the animal die.

Yeah putting away £10 a month is an option - but it would have taken over 2 years to pay just one vet bill - and he's needed special treatment every since - now adding up to around (he's 4 now) £7000+.

I agree with Chris peace of mind is worth £10 a month.
#8
We have recently insured our new kitten with M&S for £7.20 a month - zero xs, and lifetime cover. Fantastic price for peace of mind.
#9
Thanks for all the opinions here - I have taken the advice of ChrisUK and gone with M&S £100 for the year. No xs seems good :)

Thanks Chris upped rep++
#10
ChrisUK
...........so if your dog (who has had all it's injections & lives in a nice country house) one day decides to eat a load of stones, chew a beer can, jumps up & breaks a leg, gets attacked by another animal, has a natural illness, suffers injusry due to house accident, fire etc, it will be fine not to be insured will it ?

It's up to you, but for peace of mind, I'd rather pay the £10 per month !!


But were not talking about a dog, its a cat. its only my opinion

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