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Pet insurance can cover you financially if your cat, dog or any other furry friends need treatment for an accident or illness. But with so many options to choose from, which is the best pet insurance for you? Our guide will help you decide.
When choosing insurance for your dog, there are so many options. Our guide has tips on how to choose the best insurance for you and your pet
Knowing what your insurance doesn’t cover is just as important as understanding what it does. What are the things that are part and package of your policy and what are the things you need to add on?
Pet insurance is designed to cover the most important and costly vet bills, which means that it won’t always cover smaller, routine vet bills. To find out exactly what vet bills your pet insurance will cover, check out our guide.
Getting your cat or kitten vaccinated is an important first step to managing their health and protecting them against serious health problems down the line. Find out how much cat vaccinations cost and why they are so important.
There are a lot of different details that can affect the cost of a pet insurance policy. To get the best deal, it’s important to know where these added costs to pet insurance comer from and how you can avoid some of them.
Our guide will help you find the best pet insurance for senior dogs. Get to grips with finding the right cover for the right cost and compare policies online
Microchipping your pet can help protect them and give you peace of mind. Learn about microchipping, from the average cost of microchipping a cat in the UK to its impact on pet insurance.
Instead of taking your pet to the kennels while you’re off for a stay in the sun, there are ways you can bring them along with you. Our guide breaks down what you need to know about pet travel insurance, so you can enjoy an unforgettable adventure with your faithful friend.
Time limited pet insurance can be a cheaper type of cover for your furry friend. Our guide covers how time limited pet insurance works and how to choose the right pet insurance for you
Pet Insurance can seem like a big commitment, but making room for it in your budget can be worth it. We’ll help you decide whether it’s right for you and your pet.
Usually, the cost of vaccinating your pet isn’t covered by pet insurance. However, keeping your pet’s vaccinations up to date can affect your premiums.
Find out whether your insurance policy is likely to cover neutering
The love for your pets as they age doesn’t change and neither does the need to take care of your pets – however, what does increase are your vet bills. This guide explains which types of policies are best suited for your older dog and why getting insurance will be helpful.
Brexit has affected what documents you’ll need when travelling with your pet. Our guide explains the changes to pet passports and what to do when travelling with your dog, cat or ferret…
Pet dental cover is not something that every insurer will provide, but it can be an invaluable support to keep your pet happy and healthy at any age. Here we’ve provided some important information to keep in mind about your pet’s dental health and your pet insurance options.
The Dangerous Dogs Act first came into force in the UK in 1991 to protect members of the public from dog attacks
Most pet owners want their puppies to lead a long and happy life, which is why it’s important to make sure that your dog is properly protected from infectious diseases.
If you are thinking of buying a horse, it’s worth taking the time to consider the various costs as horses don’t come cheap.
Cats are part of the family and as they age have medical needs like all of us. Taking out pet insurance for your older cat can give you the peace of mind that you’re covered and avoid the financial sting of a pricy vet’s bill
Pet insurance can give you peace of mind if anything were to happen to your beloved companion - here's how to find an affordable quote
Dogs make great pets, as long as they are properly cared for in a suitable home. All owners have a responsibility to look after their pet under the terms of the Animal Welfare Act. So how do you make sure your dog is happy and healthy?
What if you have an accident while you are riding, causing damage or injury to you, the horse, or another person or their property?