Who is Pet Protect?
Pet Protect launched in 1983, with roots in the veterinary profession, to help customers meet the cost of expensive treatments for their pets. Pet Protect is one of only a few providers that is completely specialised in pet insurance with a focus on expert service and animal welfare.
Contact Pet Protect
Contact Pet Protect by phone on 0845 603 1294 (Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge)
53 Brighton Road
What animals does Pet Protect cover?
Pet Protect provides both dog insurance and cat insurance which offers comprehensive cover to help give your pet the treatment recommended by your vet whether it is traditional care or holistic treatments.
Pet Protect pet insurance is available for cats aged from six weeks to nine years, dogs aged eight weeks to seven years and dogs of specified breeds from eight weeks to five years.
Why choose Pet Protect?
Pet Protect provides lifelong policies offering peace of mind to pet owners and there is a choice of lifetime policies for dogs and cats. Policy cover varies from £4,000 to £6,000 for vets’ fees and ongoing treatments will be covered year after year for as long as you renew the policy.
The Pet Protect dog insurance and cat insurance policies allow you and your vet to choose the most appropriate strategy for your dog’s treatment and covers procedures such as hydrotherapy, acupuncture and homeopathic medicine when recommended by your vet. The policies also cover an amount towards pet nutrition should your dog or cat be prescribed a clinical diet regime.
Facts About Pet Protect
- Experts in providing pet insurance for over 30 years
- Choose from varying levels of cover for vet fees
- Pet Protect offers unique support for pet nutrition,
Pet Protect Credentials
Pet Protect is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and is authorised to enter into contracts of insurance on behalf of Advent Syndicate which is managed by Advent Underwriting Limited. Advent Underwriting Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority.