Legal and General Pet Insurance £40 quidco £50 amazon voucher
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Legal and General Pet Insurance £40 quidco £50 amazon voucher

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Found 26th Apr 2015
Quidco currently offering £40 and also possible to get a £50 amazon voucher, although I so far haven't been able to find where to input the code "PETMSE". if anyone finds how it please comment below!

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Legal and Gernal eh?

It might be legal and gerbil

Or Beagle and gerbil

Original Poster

oops. fat fingers. not sure how to edit on my phone. sorry!

I got TESCO'S insurance it's something like £7,30 per month plus u get a £40 tesco credit and you get you points everytime you pay.

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My neighbours gonna need this, if his cat keeps sh*tting on my patio...

Just FYI it's well worth checking into the level of cover. We have PetPlan which is admittedly bonkers expensive. However, have made two serious claims through them for our dog at two different vets, and they have covered everything brilliantly. Uri

When applying for quote theres a box asking for codes on first page .

May not work as its not quidco voucher code but worth a try

On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.

craigsmethurst6

I so far haven't been able to find where to input the code "PETMSE". if … I so far haven't been able to find where to input the code "PETMSE". if anyone finds how it please comment below!Comments on quidco show people have done it.



Enter the code just after the Quote start date when your filling in your details.

Dont recommend them very bad reveiws with them refusing to pay out when things do go wrong.

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SDLiam

On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only … On a serious note, don't mess with your pets insurance. You should only buy PetPlan as recommended by vets and professionals in the trade.


Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.

bruceboy

Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who … Load of cobblers pet insurance. Made for mugs with way too much money who would rather pay loads of insurance premiums to make them feel smug, who let their animals suffer to keep their vet raking the cash in. If you have a pet and it gets ill, make a decision on what is best for the poor animal, rather than how much dosh the vet wants to charge the insurance company. Just my tuppence worth.



My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad injury totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?

Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.


Edited by: "SDLiam" 26th Apr 2015

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SDLiam

Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a … Are you thick mate? My Bengal was kicked by a vandal once and suffered a bad unity totalling to £1500 and a trip to cat A+E. Was that a stupid decision to have £15 a month insurance?Let's wait until you are ill or suffer an injury and make a decision based on whats best for us.


Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.
Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.
Edited by: "bruceboy" 26th Apr 2015

bruceboy

Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take … Whatever!! Cat A+E WTF. When I get a **** by a vandal I'll have to take what the NHS offers me, not what some fat vet wants to do based on what to charge the insurance company. If you cannot afford to look after an animal, and all that entails, then don't get one. Just my tuppence worth, again.Edit. I should state. I am 57 years-old and have looked after dogs all my adult life, mainly mongrels (generally better temperament), so not anti animal.



Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.

Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies.

I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.

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SDLiam

Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and … Lol paying for insurance is part of affording to look after and animal.Yes there is such a thing, it's an out of hours vet for emergencies. I know your bone with vets but if I have to pay a premiujnto keep my animals safe and well, I will.


No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.

Bruce, jog on you donut

bruceboy

No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare … No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.



If you think your vet's an ****, you need to find a new vet. Whether you choose to insure or not shouldn't be based on the decions of a vet you don't like. When I first moved to this area I went to a vet recommended by a neighbour when my elderly cat's kidneys started to fail - that vet seemed to be more interested in how much treatment he could sell me rather than what was best for my cat. I changed vet.

I self-insure; I looked into the cost of pet insurance a few years ago and decided to put the monthly premiums in a savings account instead. When my cat injured himself while I was abroad this summer my vet had to house him until I got home a week later. He subsequently needed an op. at the small animal hospital in the vet dept. of the local uni. The total of the bills from my vet and the hospital was considerably less than I would've paid out in insurance over the lifetime of both my cats, but probably a little more than if I'd been insuring one animal.

The discussions I had with my own vet and the vets at the hospital were purely about whether an operation was the best thing for my cat; not about cost. I wouldn't expect that to be any different if I had insurance. If it was, I'd change vet or go to a different small animal hospital (there's another one 40 miles away).

bruceboy

No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare … No bone with vets. Just like to make any decision on my animals welfare based on reasoned judgement, and not what the vet will make from the unfortunate animal, and insurance company pay-out. Simple really in my world, where my animal is precious to me and not relying on some **** vet trying to screw an insurance company. I am getting bored now, so I'll give up. Good night.


just so glad i am not one of your so called loved animals , i wouldnt dare get ill as i know i would be going one way and thats not recovery, a good animal lover would pay everything they have to make sure there pet is looked after, and i have had both mongerals and pedigrees you get bad in both
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