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  • Vets Paid Directly
  • 5 cover levels to choose from
  • Complementary care
  • Cover from £46.48 a year
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Take Care of Your Pet’s Health with Comprehensive Insurance

Pets have become bona fide family members who enjoy all the love, comfort and safety and security as everyone else – and that includes their medical care. When your dog or cat falls ill or is injured, you want them to get the best possible care so that they can continue to live long and happy lives. Unfortunately, vet care can be expensive, especially for serious illnesses and injuries, and this is why Pet Insurance is so important. Surewise.com offers affordable pet insurance plans for dogs and cats in the UK, making it easy to keep your pets healthy. You can choose between Accident-only, time-limited policies and 3 levels of comprehensive pet insurance that cover a range of illnesses, conditions and injuries.

Start young and buy pet insurance for your puppy and kitten as soon as they are 8 weeks old. You can also buy pet insurance for older dogs (up to 8 years old) and senior cats (up to 10 years old).

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Key benefits of our comprehensive pet policies include

  • Third party liability for dogs up to £2 million
  • Multi-Pet Insurance Discount of 10% when you insure 2 dogs or cats
  • Travel and emergency expenses abroad
  • Holiday cancellation fees
  • Vet fees up to £6000 per condition
  • Cover against lost and stolen pets
  • Advertising and reward for lost or stolen pets
  • Protection against death from illness and accident
  • Loss of PETS passport
  • Cover for boarding fees if, for whatever reason (e.g., hospitalisation),  you are unable to take care of your pet
  • Vets paid directly
  • Easy SMS claims
  • Interest-free monthly payments

Pet Insurance Cover Options

Accident-only insurance cover for cats and dogs

  • Cover for cats costs £46.48
  • Cover for dogs costs £67.15
  • Pet insurance cover for vet fees up to £1000. Vet fees include complementary treatment options, hydrotherapy, dental treatment as a direct result of the accident, CT/MRI costs and cruciate ligament treatment.
  • Death from accident
  • Third party liability for dogs up to £1 million

Essential Time-Limited Pet Policy

  • Cover for a period of 12 months only
  • Vet fees up to £1500
  • Vet fees include complementary medicine, hydrotherapy, cruciate ligament, dental treatment required after an accident and special diet
  • Third party liability for dogs up to £1 million
  • Vets paid directly
  • Exclusion period for accidents only 24 hours
  • Exclusion period for illness only 10 days

Bronze pet insurance policy for cats and dogs

  • Pet insurance cover for veterinary fees up to £1500. Vet fees include complementary treatment options, hydrotherapy, dental treatment as a direct result of the accident, CT/MRI costs and cruciate ligament treatment.
  • Death cover up to £350
  • Third party liability for pet dogs only up to £1 million
  • Cover for lost and stolen pets, including advertising and reward
  • Boarding fees
  • Insurance for your pets when you travel abroad, including quarantine, emergency medical expenses and loss of PETS passport
  • Holiday cancellation

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Silver pet insurance policy for cats and dogs

  • Insurance cover for veterinary fees up to £3000. Vet fees include complementary treatment options, hydrotherapy, dental treatment as a direct result of the accident, CT/MRI costs and cruciate ligament treatment.
  • Death cover up to £500
  • Third party liability for pet dogs only up to £1 million
  • Cover for lost and stolen pets, including advertising and reward
  • Boarding fees
  • Insurance for your pets when you travel abroad, including quarantine, emergency medical expenses and loss of PETS passport
  • Holiday cancellation

Gold pet insurance policy for cats and dogs

  • Insurance cover for veterinary fees up to £6000. Vet fees include complementary treatment options, hydrotherapy, dental treatment as a direct result of the accident, CT/MRI costs and cruciate ligament treatment.
  • Death cover up to £1000
  • Third party liability for pet dogs only up to £2 million
  • Cover for lost and stolen pets, including advertising and reward
  • Boarding fees
  • Insurance for your pets when you travel abroad, including quarantine, emergency medical expenses and loss of PETS passport
  • Holiday cancellation

Notes:

  • Pre-existing conditions are not covered, which is why it’s best to buy pet insurance as soon as possible after your bring your dog or cat home.
  • Health and medical insurance cover is for pet cats and dogs only and not for breeders or those involved in commercial enterprises, such as racing.
  • Vaccinations must be kept up to date for the policy to remain valid.

Pet insurance doesn’t have to break the bank, simply get a quote online and buy affordable health and medical cover for your puppy, kitten, dog or cat.
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