Dogs Trust Membership includes 3rd party insurance for your dog up to £1,000,000 per claim if your dog causes damage or injury to another person, their property or pets. Only £20 a year (or £10 if you're over 60) - HotUKDeals
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(An excess of £200 applies for the UK and a £500 excess for claims made in Republic of Ireland).

Support Dogs Trust Charity by becoming a member and get 3rd party insurance for your dog included in your membership.

This is a Superb Deal !!!
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#1
not as good as third part fire & theft though... he he he
#2
#3
Might as well get this as a 3rd party insurance cover for our 9 years old dog. The normal pet insurance is really expensive for older dogs.
#4
mikax7x
Might as well get this as a 3rd party insurance cover for our 9 years old dog. The normal pet insurance is really expensive for older dogs.

Like I said this is a superb deal.
#5
mikax7x
Might as well get this as a 3rd party insurance cover for our 9 years old dog. The normal pet insurance is really expensive for older dogs.


I like this deal too, but you do realise that it doesn't cover medical issues for the dog, ie vet bills, it is only an insurance against the dog causing harm / accidents to others.

Does the insurance cover my dog for its own medical expenses?

No, this is not medical insurance and does not cover vet fees for your own dog
#6
simplyjimbo
mikax7x
Might as well get this as a 3rd party insurance cover for our 9 years old dog. The normal pet insurance is really expensive for older dogs.
I like this deal too, but you do realise that it doesn't cover medical issues for the dog, ie vet bills, it is only an insurance against the dog causing harm / accidents to others.
Does the insurance cover my dog for its own medical expenses?No, this is not medical insurance and does not cover vet fees for your own dog


i understand, but i don't need vet cover cause the pdsa look after my dog for a voluntary donation. i pay their suggested amount for each incident.
1 Like #7
no disrespect to you, but some patrons of the PDSA make me laugh or sick more like. I visited there a while ago, when in the unfortunate position of not having pet insurance or a job, and the joke of donations people make is outstanding. I saw someone get a bill for over £300 but they gave a measly £2 coin as the donation. That wasn't a donation that was an insult especially when the woman was carrying a Gucci handbag, wearing channel glasses, and had a merc estate outside.

I donate far more than that each month to each of both of these charities, yet I don't need either. Plus I have paid my bill in full several times



Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 25, 2010 17:29: .
1 Like #8
simplyjimbo
no disrespect to you, but some patrons of the PDSA make me laugh or sick more like. I visited there a while ago, when in the unfortunate position of not having pet insurance or a job, and the joke of donations people make is outstanding. I saw someone get a bill for over £300 but they gave a measly £2 coin as the donation. That wasn't a donation that was an insult especially when the woman was carrying a Gucci handbag and wearing channel glasses and had a merc estate outside.I donate more than that each month to both of these charities and yet don't need either.

Yes, I hate it when people take help for granted. All I know is that I never will. The PDSA saved my dogs life after an accident, It's only when you need them that you realise just how amazing the work is that they do.
#9
BargainBinMan
Yes, I hate it when people take help for granted. All I know is that I never will. The PDSA saved my dogs life after an accident, It's only when you need them that you realise just how amazing the work is that they do.


I agree with you, their work is amazing and if it wasn't for the kind care they gave my rescue dog I probably would have stopped donating a long time ago due to the tight **** that take them for granted as a freebie handout. I also hate it when you also see the same careless useless owners leaving the dogs mess everywhere outside.

If only I could say who gets to benefit from my donations then I would ask that it doesn't help the chav idiots with all the gold on talking about how 'stoned or wrecked' they were at the weekend or the women with all the designer clobber on.

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 25, 2010 17:39: .
1 Like #10
Great charity. I donate every month :)
#11
If you want to donate to this charity then great but don't be swayed by the insurance. When was the last time you heard of a dog owner being prosecuted for damages! If you are the type of owner that takes your dog to the PDSA for treatment they couldn't get any money off you anyway. They might as well throw in cover against Viking invasions.... Just as likely to pay out especially considering there is a £200 excess!
#12
Silly question time, I thought most house insurances cover third party damage of this type?
1 Like #13
bikeulike
If you want to donate to this charity then great but don't be swayed by the insurance. When was the last time you heard of a dog owner being prosecuted for damages! If you are the type of owner that takes your dog to the PDSA for treatment they couldn't get any money off you anyway. They might as well throw in cover against Viking invasions.... Just as likely to pay out especially considering there is a £200 excess!

It's a brave person nowadays who does not at least have 3rd party insurance. Of course, insurance is not neccessary until something happens, then it's too late. This is the voice of experience of being married to someone on the receiving end of a dog attack.

Microchipping and 3rd party insurance should be mandatory for all dog owners.
#14
Just a handy hint - Postmen have a rather good union-linked bunch of solicitors that love nothing more than a good dog bite claim.

I'm lucky enough not to have been bitten in the last few years, but this would save you a whole heap of hassle if you have a dog likely to bite anyone.
#15
slimy31
Silly question time, I thought most house insurances cover third party damage of this type?

Some do, some don't; check your policy VERY carefully.
#16
devices
Just a handy hint - Postmen have a rather good union-linked bunch of solicitors that love nothing more than a good dog bite claim.

I'm lucky enough not to have been bitten in the last few years, but this would save you a whole heap of hassle if you have a dog likely to bite anyone.


Exactly why this is def worth having.
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Dog's Trust is a Money making Scam, its not a real charity, someone is getting fat of the profits of this charity.
#18
v6dlc
Dog's Trust is a Money making Scam, its not a real charity, someone is getting fat of the profits of this charity.


Do you have proof? Please validate your comments. I thought the Dogs Trust is the UK's largest dog welfare charity and fully legal, next you'll be saying they fund terrorism and child prostitution


Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 25, 2010 20:33: .
#19
v6dlc
Dog's Trust is a Money making Scam, its not a real charity, someone is getting fat of the profits of this charity.


That'll be news to the Charity Commission, and the Scottish Charity Commission.
Dogs Trust: Registered Charity Numbers: 227523 & SC037843

Thanks for taking the time out from licking windows to post your inane (libellous) rant

Link and screen dump sent to Dogs Trust
#20
mikax7x
Might as well get this as a 3rd party insurance cover for our 9 years old dog. The normal pet insurance is really expensive for older dogs.


Be aware that your home insurance may well cover you for 3rd PLI for your dog. Might be worth checking.
Although the Dogs Trust will appreciate your donation :)
#21
simplyjimbo
no disrespect to you, but some patrons of the PDSA make me laugh or sick more like. I visited there a while ago, when in the unfortunate position of not having pet insurance or a job, and the joke of donations people make is outstanding. I saw someone get a bill for over £300 but they gave a measly £2 coin as the donation. That wasn't a donation that was an insult especially when the woman was carrying a Gucci handbag, wearing channel glasses, and had a merc estate outside.I donate far more than that each month to each of both of these charities, yet I don't need either. Plus I have paid my bill in full several times

I think that if you cant afford to pay for a monthly policy for vets bills/3rd party indemnity then you shouldnt get a pet, why should a charity have to pay instead?
while im on the subject i think dog licenses should be introduced, i went to dog shelter when i got my dog and 99% of the dogs were staffies under a year old, we were told that people dont trust them so they cant rehome them.
#22
ilovetoshop

I think that if you cant afford to pay for a monthly policy for vets bills/3rd party indemnity then you shouldnt get a pet, why should a charity have to pay instead?
while im on the subject i think dog licenses should be introduced, i went to dog shelter when i got my dog and 99% of the dogs were staffies under a year old, we were told that people dont trust them so they cant rehome them.


I agree with you but some people fall on hard times after getting a dog, such as the many thousands during the recession. A dog license isn't exactly the way to go as it won't stop the irresponsible dogs owners just like the uninsured / unlicensed drivers as they are the ones that needing ruling. You only punish or put extra cost on to the decent owners who do no harm and respect their pets and others.

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Sep 25, 2010 21:31: .
1 Like #23
The world has gone mad
#24
yeah thats a fair point, i guess its just the people i know who use the pdsa, have more money than me and i work! i appeciate thats not the same for everyone tho.
simplyjimbo
ilovetoshop
I think that if you cant afford to pay for a monthly policy for vets bills/3rd party indemnity then you shouldnt get a pet, why should a charity have to pay instead? while im on the subject i think dog licenses should be introduced, i went to dog shelter when i got my dog and 99% of the dogs were staffies under a year old, we were told that people dont trust them so they cant rehome them.
I agree with you but some people fall on hard times after getting a dog, such as the many thousands during the recession. A dog license isn't exactly the way to go as it won't stop the irresponsible dogs owners just like the uninsured / unlicensed drivers as they are the ones that needing ruling. You only punish or put extra cost on to the decent owners who do no harm and respect their pets and others.
#25
+1

simplyjimbo
no disrespect to you, but some patrons of the PDSA make me laugh or sick more like. I visited there a while ago, when in the unfortunate position of not having pet insurance or a job, and the joke of donations people make is outstanding. I saw someone get a bill for over £300 but they gave a measly £2 coin as the donation. That wasn't a donation that was an insult especially when the woman was carrying a Gucci handbag, wearing channel glasses, and had a merc estate outside.I donate far more than that each month to each of both of these charities, yet I don't need either. Plus I have paid my bill in full several times
#26
The PDSA is Wonderful because it's first concern is the Animals. Owners come in many different shapes/sizes economic backgrounds. Some people will be tight, others not so giving.

Brace yourself should you have to take your pet there:- distressed animals will always shi* anywhere! :{
#27
When my business was tanked by a defaulting customer, the PDSA ensured my Dog was healthy and so eversince I've used them and paid full-whack for their services.

The number of people who abuse their service is ridiculous tho - people parking £40K cars outside, people getting friends to take their animals there etc. etc.

It's hard to see how else they could operate tho and they do offer an essential service (it wasn't my dog's fault one of my customers was an ****!!)
#28
bikeulike
If you want to donate to this charity then great but don't be swayed by the insurance. When was the last time you heard of a dog owner being prosecuted for damages! If you are the type of owner that takes your dog to the PDSA for treatment they couldn't get any money off you anyway. They might as well throw in cover against Viking invasions.... Just as likely to pay out especially considering there is a £200 excess!




No - i simply donate & have no interest in the insurance :)
#29
If you look at what the executives earn from this company then the comment about people getting rich from this charity is correct. I used to give money every month but can't afford it now. No PDSA vets around here AFAIK and I am now paying £41 a month for pet insurance on our 11 year old black lab. Took our dog to the vets as she has many tummy upsets these days and got a bill of £80 and still no better. Had more help from internet forums.
#30
the people that work there and help the animals are top people, here is the kick, the people who run it at the top are the greedy gits who put your cash straight onto the stock market to make more money, these charaties are getting all the same, if u wanna help these places take stuff to them i.e. dog food, blankets, etc, that way your donantion doesnt become another cha ching for them.
#31
I thought pdsa for free only applies if u receive council tax benefit or housing benefit ??? Look at there website. Like most things in life these days the freeloaders never need to put hand in pocket
#32
Says a lot about the society we live in today.
#33
therealjohnpeat
When my business was tanked by a defaulting customer, the PDSA ensured my Dog was healthy and so eversince I've used them and paid full-whack for their services.


I really appreciate you doing that.
1 Like #34
foxyuk
I thought pdsa for free only applies if u receive council tax benefit or housing benefit ??? Look at there website. Like most things in life these days the freeloaders never need to put hand in pocket


You must be talking about tax evaders. Those are the people raking it in - everyone else is just trying to survive. Or more likely you are a mug (aka Daily Mail reader)

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