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For a fraction of the feeding costs of your pet per week you can now insure him or her against the sometimes high costs of a prolonged course of treatment for an unexpected illness or accident, or even death.

When your pet is insured, with the obvious exception of routine treatments such as vaccinations and neutering, the insurance company will cover treatment costs except your policy excess.

Ideally, insurance should be taken out early in your pet’s life. However, even if he is actually undergoing treatment, insurance can still be taken out. Naturally the current condition will not be covered, but you do not have to wait until your animal is better before doing this. It is our experience that few pet owners realise this.

We must emphasise that we are in no way involved in selling insurance. Our endeavour is to provide the best possible standard of care. Realistically, however, we appreciate that this can be expensive, and it can be very traumatic when a pet’s health or sometimes life is compromised by financial considerations. We therefore believe that pet insurance makes very good sense indeed.

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