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Any body used this pet insurance? http://www.pet-insurance.co.uk…

Postby abban » Wed Jan 29, 1986 4:34 pm

It seems very reasonable, and directed to it by [email protected]
Are there any problems with it? Which insurance company would you recommend for lifetime cover? (I hate making decisions!)
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Postby platt » Thu Jun 23, 1994 8:06 am

I have used E & L for a dog club and we never managed to make a successful claim!!
I believe Petplan is reliable.
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Postby collingwood » Mon May 19, 2008 4:35 pm

I have Petplan, my dog was attacked by a fox and diagnosed with a long term cancer, he was one of the first to survive it and Petplan have covered it all.
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Postby leon » Sun Nov 28, 2010 8:53 am

I have Petplan, my dog was attacked by a fox and diagnosed with a long term cancer, he was one of the first to survive it and Petplan have covered it all.
The best time to get pet insurance is when your pet is young. I have seen alot of times when people try to use it, the claim is denied because it is a preexisting condition
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Postby baldwinn » Thu Apr 28, 2011 1:38 am

I use Tesco's. £20 per month for Two dogs. No complaints so far. One claim paid promptly.
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Postby chetan » Sun Jun 05, 2011 8:56 am

My friend uses Marks and Spencers pet insurance. I think she pays £11 a month and there's no access to pay on a claim.
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Postby eduard » Sat Aug 13, 2011 4:10 am

I have Marks and Spencer dog insurance and you can opt to have no excess to pay and they cover up to £7,000 per year and ongoing treatment so long as you renew yearly, they don't do monthly instalments you have to pay up front
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Postby keeley » Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:06 pm

It seems very reasonable, and directed to it by [email protected]
Are there any problems with it? Which insurance company would you recommend for lifetime cover? (I hate making decisions!)
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