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Pet Insurance have you got it?

Pet Insurance Anyone who has a family pet will understand when i say "our cat and dog are an extension to our family, much loved and well pampered!" and that's why we have pet insurance. What is pet insurance? Pet Insurance will cover the unexpected costs, incurred for treatment to your pets outside of their normal well being. If your pet meets with an accident and you don't have pet insurance, things can get very costly. Very simply, a cat requiring treatment after being hit by a car could possibly cost over £2000 to nurse back to health. An x-ray and MRI scan could cost a £1000 alone! Pet insurance is invaluable. What does pet insurance pay for? Routine visits to the vets for things like injections, wormers and flea treatments are not covered by pet insurance nor are things like neutering. Anything considered to be routine is excluded from pet insurance. However, should your dog break its leg whilst running down the hill to fetch the stick - you would be covered - basically, accidents are covered routine and preventative treatment costs are not. / A typical pet insurance policy will cover: Treatment for your pet if it suffers illness, injury or disease The purchase price if your pet dies due to accidental injury An element of third party liability cover, usually applicable to dogs only, for injury to third parties or damage to their property. Why do pets need insurance? Each year 1 in 3 cats and dogs fall ill or are injured - thatís more than 4.5 million cats and dogs. There is no animal NHS and the average emergency visit to the vet will set you back around £300.So if your pet was to have an accident or need emergency medical treatment it could end up costing you hundreds, if not thousands, of pounds. Take a look below at some of the most common reasons for going to see a vet: Some of the main reasons for making an unexpected trip to the vet include:

1. Cuts/lacerations

2. Lameness

3. Road traffic accident

4. A growth

5. Abscess

6. Bites

7. Foreign body (swallowed)

8. Pyrexia/anorexia of unknown origin

9. Gastro-enteritis


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