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Insurance premiums can vary significantly depending on the age of your pet. We need to know how old your pet is in order to return accurate quotes from the insurers. Pets need to be at least 5 weeks old at policy start date in order for insurers to return a quote. (Please note: some insurers have higher age limits and will only return prices for pets ages 8 weeks and over)
If your dog is a pure breed (both parents from the same breed), please select the "pedigree" option here. If your dog is a cross between 2 breeds and you know the names of the breeds, please select "crossbreed". If your dog is a cross between more than 2 breeds or you do not know the breed of your dog, please select "mongrel".
If your cat is a pure breed (both parents from the same breed), please select the "Pedigree" option here. If you are unsure, or if your cat is a combination of breeds, please select "Moggie".
Please select the most accurate size of dog from the list provided.
Please select the most accurate breed of dog from the list provided.
Please select the most accurate primary breed of dog from the list provided.
Please select the most accurate breed of cat from the list provided.
Please tell us how much you paid (or donated) for your pet to the nearest pound. Inaccurate information might limit how much is paid out in the event that your pet is lost or stolen. Some insurers require proof of how much you paid or they will only pay out a minimal sum in the event of a claim.
Standard insurance providers won’t cover your pet for any known medical conditions, illness or injury that your pet has suffered before taking out a policy. If you need cover for them then you will require a specialist provider.
Specific definitions might vary between insurers, but most categorise a pre-existing condition as:
Cover for pre-existing conditions require policies to be taken out by specialist providers. We currently cannot offer customers this option via our journey. If you require more information regarding pre-existing conditions and specialist providers that can offer this cover, please see our guide page here.
Neutering / spaying is the process of removing your pet's ability to reproduce. This procedure is carried out by a vet, usually when the animal is young.
A microchip is a small implant placed under the skin of an animal and contains a unique identification number. Microchips are commonly used to help identify pets if they become lost or stolen.
Although pets do not need to be vaccinated in order to be insured, if your pet happens to suffer from an illness which could have been prevented by the administration of a "routine" vaccine then the insurer may refuse to pay the claim. It's important to read the terms and conditions carefully.
Please tell us whether your pet has been used in any capacity (business or recreation) for breeding or been connected in any way with a trade or business
Please tell us whether your pet lives at a pub or licenced premises
Some providers offer a discount for multipet policies but not every provider offers them, so you may have fewer choices.
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