Agria Pet Insurance Review

Agria Pet Insurance Review

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Choosing the right Pet Insurance is extremely important, as the wrong choice now could have severe financial consequences later and comparing numerous policy terms and conditions can be daunting.

Our independent rating and review highlights the important points we think you should know about when choosing an insurance policy to cover your pet.

Once you have read this review of Agria Pet Insurance and compared polices using our unique search facility, you will have all the information you need to make an informed choice.

Who are Agria Pet Insurance

Agria Pet Insurance reviewed by Jonathan 17/09/2020.

Agria was originally founded in Sweden nearly 130 years ago and is probably one of the first companies to provide pet healthcare.

Agria Insurance Ltd was formed in 2009 to offer pet insurance to UK customers.

Their tailored approach to pet insurance include a range of policies and flexible options so customers only pay for what they need.

Agria Pet Insurance won the Moneyfacts Consumer award for pet insurance provider of the year and best claims service in 2018 and 2019.

Agria Pet Insurance is underwritten by Agria Forsakring an Insurance Company regulated in Sweden. The Prudential Regulation Authority has agreed temporary permissions for Agria Forsakring to continue to operate in the UK post Brexit.

 
 

How to Buy Pet Insurance from Agria Pet Insurance

Click on the website link to go directly to the insurance providers website. Visit Agria Pet Insurance's Website and Get a Quotation direct

How Agria Pet Insurance 's Policies have been ranked using our star rating formula?

Click on the white bars on the right side of the policy boxes below. Expand the content to view star ratings of all policies offered by Agria Pet Insurance.

Dog Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 2 Dog Policies from Agria Pet Insurance. They are - Lifetime Plus - Lifetime . We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Dog Lifetime Plus :

Rating for Dog Lifetime :

Agria Dog Insurance Review

Rabbit Policy Ratings Click to Expand

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Agria Rabbit Insurance Review

Cat Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 2 Cat Policies from Agria Pet Insurance. They are - Lifetime - Lifetime Plus . We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Cat Lifetime :

Rating for Cat Lifetime Plus :

Agria Cat Insurance Review
  • Policies must provide cover for all core sections and all secondary sections.
  • Vets Fees - Policies must provide a minimum maximum benefit of £6,000, or £4,000 per condition and cover either;
  1. A maximum benefit per condition no renewal guarantee.
  2. A maximum limit per condition with a lifetime renewal guarantee; or
  3. A maximum benefit per year with a lifetime renewal guarantee.
  • Cruciate Ligaments - Damage to, or disease of the cruciate ligament is a common problem in animals. Most policies include cover for this within their overall vet fees limit. In line with industry averages, a policy must offer cover of at least £4,000.
  • MRI/CT Scans - If your pet suffers from seizures, paralysis or back problems, your vet may recommend an MRI scan. Most policies include cover for this within their overall vet fees limit. In line with industry averages, a policy must offer cover of at least £2,000.
  • Euthanasia - If your pet needs to be put to sleep to alleviate further suffering, policies must cover this. A policy must offer at least £100 to cover the cost of euthanasia.
  • Complementary treatments ? The industry average for complementary treatments such as physiotherapy is £1,000. Five star policies have at least this amount of cover.
  • Prescribed Food - All five star policies must cover the cost of prescription food (to treat bladder stones) up to at least £100
  • Dental treatment - Dental treatment for accidents of at least £500.
  • Loss of your Pet - The industry average benefit for loss of your pet due to accident, illness, theft or straying is £1,000. All policies must offer at least this amount.
  • Compulsory excesses - The industry average for the age at which additional compulsory excesses are charged is 6. All five star policies will not charge an additional compulsory excess until at least this age.
  • Five-star policies may provide additional service and cover benefits over and above standard policies.
  • Premiums are competitive in relation to the cover provided.
  • Five-Star policies have clear and consumer friendly, wording and explanations of cover.
  • The standard excess is equal or lower than the £100 market average.
  • Four-star policies cover all core sections and secondary sections under a pet insurance policy.
  • Four-Star policies offer Veterinary Fees cover that are above the market average and provide either
  1. A maximum benefit per condition no renewal guarantee.
  2. A maximum limit per condition with a lifetime renewal guarantee; or
  3. A maximum benefit per year with a lifetime renewal guarantee.
  • Four-star policies may have a maximum of one core and one secondary section, or two secondary sections of cover lower than the market average or the excess may be above the market average.
  • Four-star policies may provide additional cover benefits.
  • Premiums are competitive in relation to the cover provided.
  • Four-star policies have clear and consumer friendly wording and explanations of cover.
  • Three star policies cover all core sections, but may not offer all secondary sections of cover.
  • Three star policies cover veterinary fees that may be lower than the market average and provide either
  1. A maximum limit per condition limited to 12 months
  2. A maximum benefit limited to 12 months.
  3. A maximum benefit per condition no renewal guarantee
  4. A maximum limit per condition with a lifetime renewal guarantee; or
  5. A maximum benefit per year with a lifetime renewal guarantee.
  • Three star policies have some core covers lower than the market average, or up to one secondary sections of cover missing.
  • Three star policies have some secondary covers lower than the market average.
  • Three star policies may not have all the features and benefits of a four or five star policy.
  • The standard excess may be higher than the market average.
  • Two star policies generally provide cover that is below the market average and/or have core and secondary sections of cover missing from their policies.
  • Two star policies cover veterinary fees cover that are below the market average and provide either
  1. Accident only cover,
  2. A maximum limit per condition limited to 12 months,
  3. A maximum benefit limited to 12 months,
  4. A maximum benefit per condition no renewal guarantee,
  5. A maximum limit per condition with a lifetime renewal, guarantee; or
  6. A maximum benefit per year with a lifetime renewal guarantee.
  • Two star policies may have sections of cover missing.
  • Premiums tend to be much lower than the market average due to the low levels of cover provided.
  • The Standard Excess can be higher than the market average.
  • Policy wordings may not be as consumer friendly as other Insurers and contain more terms and conditions

Key Points you need to know about Agria Pet Insurance's policy wording

1. What are the eligibility criteria for Pet Insurance?

You must be over 18 and live in the UK

You must own the pet and it must live with you.

Your pet must be older than eight weeks.

 
 
 

2. What type of policies do they offer?

Agria have two policies Lifetime and Lifetime Plus.

The Lifetime policy covers a maximum benefit of £6,500

The Lifetime Plus policy covers a maximum benefit of £12,500

Both policies provide lifelong vet’s fees cover for illnesses and injuries. Provided your policy is renewed each year, your maximum benefit will be refreshed, providing cover for ongoing conditions.

Note the limits are a total for all claims and not per condition.

 
 

3. What's not covered?

Significant areas that Agria Pet Insurance will not cover are:

  1. Routine Examinations or tests.
  2. Preventative Veterinary treatment.
  3. Castration or spaying.
  4. Post Mortem examinations.
  5. Vaccinations.
  6. Grooming and routine removal of dew claws.
  7. Routine emptying of anal glands.
  8. Routine blood and urine tests.
  9. More than two episodes of false pregnancy.
  10. Products to control or kill fleas, worms, or skin mites.
  11. Collars, surgical T-shirts and boots unless used to directly cover a wound.
  12. Harnesses or slings to aid mobility.
  13. The treatment of behavioural disorders not recommended by or carried out under the direction of a vet.
  14. Behavioural disorders preventable by puppy training and socialisation.
  15. Organ Transplants and the cost of any prosthesis (other than hips, elbows, patella groove replacements or eye lens implant).
  16. Experimental veterinary treatment including stem cell therapy.
  17. The cost of housing, cages and bedding.
  18. Dogs for guarding security or racing.
  19. The following Breeds of Dog: African Boerboel, Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog, American Bull Terrier, American Bulldog, American Bully, American Pitbull Terrier, Bully Kutta, Cane Corso, Caucasian Shepherd, Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Japanese Tosa, Perro De Presa Canario (Canary Dog), Saarloos Wolfdog, Thai Ridgeback, any wolf hybrid and any cross with the preceding breeds.
    The following Breeds of Cat: Lykoi, Munchkin, any first or second filial (F1 or F2) generation cat (except for the F1 Safari Cat), any breed of wild cat and any cross with the preceding breeds.
  20. Any dog which should be registered under the Dangerous Dogs Act.
  21. Any claim that has been caused by your pet not being on a short lead while near livestock of any kind, including horses, whether kept for leisure or working purposes.
 

4. What are the policy conditions?

You must keep you dog vaccinated against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvovirus.
Cats must be vaccinated against feline infectious enteritis, feline herpes virus, feline calicivirus and if at risk, feline leukaemia virus

Homeopathic nosodes are not acceptable as vaccines.

You agree to maintain your pet’s health, prevent the loss or theft of or injury or illness to your pet.
This includes following any instructions from a vet to reduce your pet’s weight.

 
 

5. Are complementary treatments covered?

Both Agria Pet Insurance policies cover the following complementary treatments up to a maximum of £1500 per year:

  • Physiotherapy, including Laser Pulsed Magnetic Field and Shock Wave Therapy.
  • Osteopathy, chiropractic treatment and Acupuncture.
  • Up to 20 sessions of hydrotherapy for each separate illness or injury.
  • Herbal Medicine.
  • Pheromone products used for up to six months as part of a structured programme to permanently change your pet’s behaviour.
  • The cost of Platelet Rich Plasma therapies up to £750.
  • Any consultation fee to administer any of the above.

All treatments must have been recommended by a vet and carried out by a qualified practitioner.

Policies do not cover Matrix Energy Field Therapy, Reiki massage, Faith healing or Homeopathic medicine.

 
 
 

6. Does the policy cover Prescription food and Dentistry?

Both policies cover 50% up to a maximum of £250 (for each separate illness or injury) of the cost of prescription pet food used to treat a specific illness or injury.

Dental work arising from tooth or gum disease is covered, provided your pet had a dental heath check in the last 12 months and any treatment carried out within three months of the recommendation.

The policy will not cover cosmetic dentistry, de-scaling, polishing, cleaning, other than when performed solely as treatment for an illness of the teeth or gums.

Crowns and Root canal treatments are not covered if it is purely for cosmetic reasons, the work is on teeth other than canine teeth, there are no clear advantages over tooth removal, your pet is a known stone chewer, or has badly damaged teeth, and or severe periodontal disease and the canine teeth are very loose.

 

7. Are MRI/CT scans and Cruciate Ligament claims covered?

Both Agria Pet policies cover the full costs of MRI/CT Scans and Cruciate Ligament claims up to the vets fees limits.

 
 

8. Does the policy cover the cost of euthanasia?

Both policies cover the cost to put your pet to sleep, including the cost of cremation or burial and a house visit by your vet if required. Costs are covered up to £150.

 

9. Can I cover more than one pet on the same policy?

You can insure more than one pet under the same policy, including a combination of dogs, cats and rabbits.

Agria offer a 5% multi-pet discount.

 

10. Will the policy cover my pets pre-existing medical conditions?

Neither policy will cover any of your pets pre-existing injuries or illness that first showed clinical signs before your policy started.

 
 

11. Will the policy cover my pet during pregnancy?

The standard Agria policy does not cover treatments related to pregnancy.
However you do have the option to cover breeding risks, for which an additional premium will be required.

The Breeding Risks Section includes:

Fertility Examinations

1. For female pets. A fertility examination if your pet does not become pregnant after two matings.
2. For male pets. A fertility examination if your pet does not impregnate proven fertile females after two matings.

Pregnancy and Giving Birth

Covers the cost of veterinary treatment, including up to 50% of the cost of a clinical diet (up to a maximum of £250), as a result of complications from pregnancy, giving birth and weak or fading puppies or kittens.

Death from Pregnancy or Giving Birth

Compensation up to the amount you paid, or the pets market value if you do not have a purchase receipt, if your pet dies as a result of complications of pregnancy or giving birth.

Veterinary Fees for Puppies and Kittens

The cost of veterinary treatment in the event of an injury or illness to your puppies or kittens, from the time they were born up to 14 weeks for puppies and 20 weeks for kittens, or when the new owner collects them whichever comes first.

The breeding section does not cover the following:

  • Your pet if they had already had two or more caesarean sections, or the cost of caesarean sections in respect of bulldogs, french bulldogs, Boston Terriers or Pekingese.
  • Any costs if a fertility disorder, complications of pregnancy or giving birth or weak or fading kittens/puppies showed signs within 12 weeks of the start of the policy.
  • Any costs if your pet was pregnant within the first 12 weeks of the policy.
  • Any costs if your pet is less than one year old or over the age of seven years.
  • Any costs if your female pet has had four pregnancies.
  • Any costs if your puppies or kittens were conceived or born within 12 weeks of the start of the policy.
  • If your pet has successfully impregnated on three occasions, or is aged 7 or more and not had a successful mating before.
 
 

12. Am I covered to take my pet abroad?

Both Agria policies allow you the option to extend cover when you take your pet abroad.

You are covered for up to 120 days in each period of insurance and covers Holiday Cancellation, Quarantine costs, Emergency Expenses whilst abroad, Emergency Vets Fees and loss of your pet's passport. Third Party Liability is also extended to cover you whilst abroad.

 
 

13. How long does the policy run for?

The policy is a 12 month contract with no guarantee that renewal terms will be offered.

 

14. How do I renew my policy?

The website doesn't provide much information on renewing your policy. The policy states that if they hold valid payment details and offer renewal terms, the policy will automatically renew. If you do not want to renew the policy you must contact them.

 
 

15. How do I cancel my policy?

You may cancel your policy at any time. If you cancel within the first 14 days (known as the cooling off period) and haven't made a claim you will be entitled to a full refund of premium.

If you cancel outside the 14 day period and have not made a claim, you will be entitled to a pro-rata refund, less an administration charge of £25.00.

 
 

16. How easy is the process of making a claim and how quickly are claims paid?

Agria Insurance state that they pay 97% of claims made. You are now able to complete all your claim details online, attach any relevant clinical history, receipts and state whether you want the vet to be paid direct.

 

17. Is there a waiting period before I am covered?

There is no waiting period in respect of injury to your pet. There is no cover for the first 10 days of your policy in respect of illnesses.

 
 

18. How much of any claim do I have to pay?

In respect of dog claims you are required to pay the first £105 of any claim.

In respect of cat claims you are required to pay the first £85 of any claim.

 
 

19. Am I required to make additional monetary contributions to any claim?

You are required to make a contribution of 10% of any claim, in addition to the policy excess. The requirement is the same for both cats and dogs.

 

20. Website Navigation and online shopping experience

The site is modernistic in its layout. Cover is explained together with a breakdown of benefits. Access to the policy wording is available without the need to obtain a quote first.

The frequently asked questions is available and covers a few topics. No online chat or contact via email. Agria do operate a call back system, alternatively you can phone them. The Call centre is open monday - friday but closed at weekend. Our mystery shopper phone call was answered promptly and satisfactorily.

The quotation system is easy to use. You get the basic quote and then the option to add on extras before receiving details of the final cost.

 

21. Is the policy wording easy to understand?

The front of the policy wording contains a page full of useful helpline numbers and websites, but no summary of cover.

A standard layout with index at the beginning followed by a list of key features, benefits and significant exclusions for each section of cover.

Whilst this is useful, it is important to read the full features, benefits and exclusions for each section of cover.

The policy wording text had a reading score of 59.6 (out of 100), classed as average to read.

The text had an average reading age of 11 - 13 years. This means that a person with a reading age of 11-13 years should be able to understand the policy.

 
 

22. Is the Insurer listed on comparison sites?

Agria Insurance are not listed on any comparison sites. Visit their website direct to obtain quotes.

 
 

23. Does the policy include a helpline?

In addition to a claims and policy helpline, you have free access to a 24/7 Pet Health helpline and Pet Bereavement Support service.

 
 

24. What do customer reviews say?

Agria Pet Insurance have received 2631 reviews on Trust Pilot with an excellent average rating of 4.7 out of 5.

Most customers are very satisfied with the service they receive from this company.

 
 

25. Are there any administration charges?

Agria Pet Insurance make the following administration charges:

Change of Name and Address - £25
Reissuing Policy Documentation - £25
Addition of Breeding Risks Cover - £25
Addition of Overseas Travel Cover - £25
Missed Instalments -£25
Cancellation of Policy outside of Cooling Off Period - £25

 

26. Are there any special discounts or promotions?

Agria are currently offering a £50 Healthcare voucher with every dog and cat policy.

Enter 'HS19' as a promotional code at the checkout.

 

27. Overall Summary

Agria's award winning pet insurance is recommended by many breeders, animal rescue centres and vets.

Tailor made cover appealing to a wide range of customers, who require lifetime care for their Cat, Dog or Rabbit.

Recommended for customers planning to breed with their pets.

Remember that you will be required to pay an additional 10% of any claim on top of the standard excess.

How competitive is Agria's pet insurance?

According to our latest premium research both Agria's Lifetime and Lifetime plus policy were keenly priced especially taking into account the high levels of cover they provide.

 

Agria Pet Insurance's Mystery Shopping Ratings

That's Insurance have spent some time mystery shopping on agria-pet-insurance-review's website. The policy wording, website, customer service/buying process have been carefully reviewed and each section awarded a user friendly score, which you can see below.

Policy wording - Marks are awarded for Layout, Readability ,Terminology, Communication and Appropriate information.

Website - Marks are awarded for Layout/Navigation, Access to important information e.g. policy wordings, Clear Explanation/Comparison of policies, including limitations, Frequently asked questions.

Customer Service – Marks are awarded for the Buying process, Customer Service, Clear Quotations, Access to important information/Comparison of quotes.

The scores have been calculated as an overall percentage and shown on the three gauges. You can see how Agria compares to the industry average. The higher the percentage the better the company performs in each area.

Policy Wording

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Website

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Pro's and Con's for Agria Policies

We've highlighted Pro's and Cons for Agria, click on the white bars on the right side of the boxes below. Expand the content to view pros and cons of all policies offered by Agria Pet Insurance.

  • Lifetime and Lifetime Plus have been awarded a 4 star rating.
  • Treatment for behavioural disorders up to £750
  • Euthanasia and the cost of cremation or burial up to £150.
  • 5% discount for insuring more than one pet under the same policy.
  • Option to include cover for breeding pregnancy and giving birth.
  • Interest Free monthly instalments.
  • Cover for Hunting Dogs.
  • Both policies require the additional payment of 10% towards any claim.

What Cover do Agria policies offer.

We've listed below cover levels for policies offered by offered by To scroll through all policies, click on the arrows on the left and right of policy name section.

Policy Name Insurance Provider

  • PolicyName & Policy Type

    Lifetime Plus

    Dog

    Lifetime

    Dog

    Lifetime

    Cat

    Lifetime Plus

    Cat

Primary Cover toggle

  • Policy Excess
    Policy Excess

    105

    105

    85

    85

  • Accident Only
    Accident Only Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Per Condition Time Limited
    Per Condition Time Limited Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Maximum Benefit Time Limited
    Maximum Benefit Time Limited Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Maximum Benefit Per Condition
    Maximum Benefit Per Condition Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Per Condition
    Lifetime Per Condition Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Maximum Benefit
    Lifetime Maximum Benefit Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    12,500

    6,500

    6,500

    12,500

  • Dental
    Dental Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    12,500

    6,500

    6,500

    12,500

  • Death from Accident
    Death from Accident Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

    1,500

    2,500

  • Death from Illness
    Death from Illness Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

    1,500

    2,500

  • Theft or Straying
    Theft or Straying Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

    1,500

    2,500

  • Advertising and Reward
    Advertising and Reward Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    1,500

    1,000

    1,000

    1,500

  • Third Party Liability
    Third Party Liability Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    3,000,000

    2,000,000

    0

    0

  • Third Party Liability Excess
    Third Party Liability Excess Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    250

    250

    0

    0

  • Cruciate Ligament Rupture
    Cruciate Ligament Rupture Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    12,500

    6,500

    6,500

    12,500

  • CT/MRI Scans
    CT/MRI Scans Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    12,500

    6,500

    6,500

    12,500

  • Euthanasia
    Euthanasia Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    150

    150

    150

    150

Secondary Cover toggle

  • Complimentary Treatment
    Complimentary Treatment Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    1,500

    1,500

    1,500

    1,500

  • Prescribed Food
    Prescribed Food Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    250

    250

    250

    250

  • Emergency Boarding Fees
    Emergency Boarding Fees Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,000

    1,000

    1,000

    2,000

  • Holiday Cancellation
    Holiday Cancellation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    3,000

    1,000

    1,000

    3,000

  • Emergency Repatriation
    Emergency Repatriation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,000

    2,000

    2,000

    2,000

  • Quarantine Expenses
    Quarantine Expenses Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,000

    2,000

    2,000

    2,000

  • Emergency Vet Expenses
    Emergency Vet Expenses Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    12,500

    6,500

    6,500

    12,500

  • Loss of Pet Passport
    Loss of Pet Passport Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    250

    250

    250

    250

  • Accidental Damage to Property
    Accidental Damage to Property Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Personal Accident (Pets)
    Personal Accident (Pets) Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Cremation
    Cremation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    150

    150

    150

    150

Sample Quotes from Agria Pet Insurance.

Listed below are some Sample Quotes offered by Agria Pet Insurance

Top Picks

Insurance Provider

Excess

Primary Cover

Guide Price

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime Plus

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 12,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 12,500

Death from Accident 2,500

Death from Illness 2,500

Theft or Straying 2,500

Advertising and Reward 1,500

Third Party Liability 3,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 6,500

Death from Accident 1,500

Death from Illness 1,500

Theft or Straying 1,500

Advertising and Reward 1,000

Third Party Liability 2,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 6,500

Death from Accident 1,500

Death from Illness 1,500

Theft or Straying 1,500

Advertising and Reward 1,000

Third Party Liability 2,000,000

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime

85

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 6,500

Death from Accident 1,500

Death from Illness 1,500

Theft or Straying 1,500

Advertising and Reward 1,000

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime Plus

85

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 12,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 12,500

Death from Accident 2,500

Death from Illness 2,500

Theft or Straying 2,500

Advertising and Reward 1,500

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 10

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime Plus

85

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 12,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,500

Dental 12,500

Death from Accident 2,500

Death from Illness 2,500

Theft or Straying 2,500

Advertising and Reward 1,500