25% Off Pet Insurance at Argos
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25% Off Pet Insurance at Argos

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Found 18th Feb
Here's good deal for anyone looking to save on pet insurance, from my experience they're all overpriced so maybe you could take advantage of this.
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Can't see anything about 25% off - where did you see that?
I had an email stating it's for all new policies.
Hmm, I did a quote but nothing about a discount here. It is cheaper than others though.
Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.
We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.

Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..

My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..

I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.


Thanks in advance for advice on this
mxer45032 m ago

Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the …Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.Thanks in advance for advice on this



yep once they know there's something wrong with one leg, you can't insure it any more in case it goes wrong

the other 3 legs are OK
mxer45035 m ago

Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the …Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.Thanks in advance for advice on this



Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a different name (call it a rescue dog), then all previous ailments are eliminated - in my experience insurance companys will always rip you off
matthat3 m ago

Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a …Tell the vets the dog died - and then register the dog as a new one with a different name (call it a rescue dog), then all previous ailments are eliminated - in my experience insurance companys will always rip you off


I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by law, therefore if it's already chipped you're leaving yourself exposed to a fraud charge.
Meek_Mellow11 m ago

I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by …I doubt you'd get away with that as all dogs are meant to be chipped by law, therefore if it's already chipped you're leaving yourself exposed to a fraud charge.



rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your dog first by making it drink half a bottle of vodka, it won't feel any pain

then get it re-chipped
luvsadealdealdeal8 m ago

rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your …rip the old chip out with a knife and some pliers - you can sedate your dog first by making it drink half a bottle of vodka, it won't feel any painthen get it re-chipped


Ouch, that's what I like about these sites, always full of great advice.
mxer4502 h, 3 m ago

Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the …Our dog now a year old had a limp rear hind 6 months ago.We did visit the vets who recommend an xray just for check up purposes, we decided to wait and see as was not keen on the stress of putting such a young dog under anaesthetic?.Glad we did as she is absolutely fine since..My question is if this happened again under insurance would they be aware or even worse not insure that leg?? Because that would be why we would insure her?..I'm aware the is a lot of dog left to insure, but would like her completely covered including her previous limp she had in the past?.Thanks in advance for advice on this


Insurance won’t cover any pre existing conditions. Depending on insurer the length of time differs but for mine - ‘pre existing’ is where a vet has consulted/treated the condition in the last 2 years...

There are some companies that for a young dog might cover pre existing - check out boughtbymany
Edited by: "pastey_uk" 18th Feb
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