E&L Insurance pet insurance

Learn more about E&L pet insurance

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E&L has over 20 years’ experience in providing pet insurance, offering a range of plans at competitive prices and with a focus on offering first class claims and customer service. Whether it is pet or horse insurance, the firm has specially trained teams to ensure you get the right cover for your animals.

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Contact E&L

Telephone them on: 03300 243 254, calls charged at standard rate. 

Equine & Livestock Insurance Company Ltd.

PO Box 100

Great Ouseburn


YO26 9SS

What animals does E&L cover? 

E&L Insurance offer a range of pet insurance products including cat, dog and multi pet insurance along with plenty more to meet your animal needs.

The dog and cat insurance products are tailored to the specific breed to allow for unique health care requirements. Older animals are catered for by a range of senior cat and senior dog insurance policies.

Cats and dogs can be insured with E&L if they are between five weeks and eight years old. 

Why choose E&L?

E&L’s range of pet insurance products includes cat, dog and multi pet insurance, which allows you to have more than one pet on a policy.

There are also varying levels of cover, so you can choose the right product to suit your pet and your budget. The Silver, Gold and Diamond policies offer from £4,000 to £6,000 of cover for vets’ fees and include 12 months’ free membership of the National Pet Register, which can be used if your pet is lost or stolen. 

Many policies cover the costs of finding your pet if they are lost, including advertising and offering a reward to help you find your pet safe and sound.

Facts about E&L

  • E&L allow you to cover more than one pet covered on the same insurance plan
  • Been providing pet insurance plans for over 20 years and have specialist teams for each type of animal
  • Different levels of cover for your cat or dog available 

E&L’s credentials

The Equine and Livestock (E&L) Insurance Company Limited is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. The Equine and Livestock Insurance Company is a member of the Association of British Insurers and the Financial Ombudsman Service.

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