PDSA Pet Insurance Review

PDSA 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 PDSA and compared polices using our unique search facility, you will have all the information you need to make an informed choice.

Who are PDSA Pet Insurance

PDSA Pet Insurance reviewed by Jonathan 16/11/2020

PDSA stands for the People's Dispensary for sick animals, a veterinary charity founded in 1917 by Maria Dickin. The primary objective to provide free care to animals owner, who could not afford to pay for medical pet care.

Today the PDSA operate 48 centres around the country, carrying out over 1 million free consultations a year. Members of the public who are on housing or council tax benefit are eligible for free treatment to their injured or sick animals.

Preventative services such as neutering, vaccinations and micro-chipping are the only services that aren't free, but even these are carried out at cost price.

PDSA Pet Insurance is a trading name of the Insurance Factory Limited and every pet insurance policy sold makes a contribution to the PDSA's life saving charity work.

PDSA Pet Insurance is underwritten by HDI Global Specialty SE, Registered in Germany, Authorised by the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, and authorised to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority.

How to Buy Pet Insurance from PDSA

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

How PDSA 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 PDSA.

Dog Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 8 Dog Policies from PDSA Pet Insurance. They are - Lifetime £8k - Lifetime £5k - Lifetime £4k - Lifetime £3K - Lifetime £2k - Time Limited £5k - Time Limited £2k - Lifetime £1K. We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Dog Lifetime £8k:

Rating for Dog Lifetime £5k:

Rating for Dog Lifetime £4k:

Rating for Dog Lifetime £3K:

Rating for Dog Lifetime £2k:

Rating for Dog Time Limited £5k:

Rating for Dog Time Limited £2k:

Rating for Dog Lifetime £1K:

PDSA Dog Insurance Review

Rabbit Policy Ratings Click to Expand

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PDSA Rabbit Insurance Review

Cat Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 8 Cat Policies from PDSA Pet Insurance. They are - Lifetime £8k - Lifetime £5k - Lifetime £4k - Lifetime £3K - Time Limited £5k - Lifetime £2k - Time Limited £2k - Lifetime £1K. We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Cat Lifetime £8k:

Rating for Cat Lifetime £5k:

Rating for Cat Lifetime £4k:

Rating for Cat Lifetime £3K:

Rating for Cat Time Limited £5k:

Rating for Cat Lifetime £2k:

Rating for Cat Time Limited £2k:

Rating for Cat Lifetime £1K:

PDSA 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 PDSA's policy wording

1. What are the eligibility criteria for Pet Insurance?

You must be the owner of the pet and it must live with you at an address in the UK.
Your pet must be older than 8 weeks, in good health, free from injury, illness or physical disability and have not shown any aggressive tendancies.
You must take your pet for regular check ups and keep your pet vaccinated from

DOGS; against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvovirus.
CATS; against feline infectious enteritis, feline influenza, feline herpes virus, feline calicivirus and feline leukaemia (homeopathic vaccines are not acceptable).
You must provide proper care and attention and if you own a dog and take it to a public place, it must wear a collar with your name and address engraved on it.

2. What type of policies do they offer?

The PDSA offer two policies types with varying degrees of vet cover.

The Time Limited policy covers conditions up to either £2,000 or £5,000 for a maximum of 12 months.

The Lifetime policy provides an overall vet fees benefit limit of either £1,000, £2,000, £3,000, £4,000, £5,000 and a 4 star rated £8,000. Provided the policy is renewed this benefit is reinstated each policy year.

3. What's not covered?

This is a list of the important exclusions. PDSA do not cover;

  1. Preventative, or elective treatments, routine examinations or treatments, any cost as a result of failure to carry out these procedures.
  2. Killing and controlling fleas, or worming.
  3. Spaying, or Castration.
  4. Treatment for retained testicle(s) unless your pet was under 12 weeks of age at the start of the policy.
  5. Treatment in connection with pregnancy or parturition, whelping or kittening.
  6. The routine removal of dewclaws.
  7. The cost of bathing, grooming, nail clipping or de-matting.
  8. Sex hormonal problems unless directly resulting from a valid claim.
  9. Routine blood tests/pre-anaesthetic blood tests if your pet is under the age of 8 years.
  10. The cost of pheromone products.
  11. The cost of home calls, or out of hours surgery visits and non essential hospitalisation unless the vet considers it would seriously endanger your pets health.
  12. Any claim for any form of housing, cage, or bedding including the cost of more than 1 buster collar or tee shirt.
  13. Nutritional supplements and vitamins unless prescribed by a vet to take the place of medication.
  14. Any medication or treatment not recommended by a vet.
  15. Any dog that is an, American Pit Bull Terrier, Dogo Argentino, Fila Braziliero, Japanese Tosa, Perro de Presa Canario, Pit Bull, Pit Bull Terrier, wolf or wolf hybrid, or a dog crossed with these, or any animal registered under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991.
  16. Your pet being used for commercial breeding purposes, guarding, track racing, coursing, or used in connection with any business, trade, profession, or occupation
  17. The cost of treatment for behavioural illness, behavioural modification treatment or any forms of training.
  18. Any claim as a result of a ‘notifiable’ disease (as defined by DEFRA) e.g. rabies.
  19. Any treatment or costs connected to organ transplants and fitting full or partial artificial limbs (prosthesis) with the exception of costs relating to replacement hip, elbow and or knee joints.
  20. Any claim for the death of your pet due to illness for dogs aged 9 and over or cats aged 11 and over.
  21. The cost of any treatment, or complications arising from treatment, that you choose to have carried out that is not directly related to an injury or illness, including cosmetic dentistry or surgery.
  22. The cost of routine or investigative tests or diagnostic procedures, unless these are being undertaken specifically to diagnose an injury or illness.

4. Are complementary treatments covered?

Every PDSA policy covers complementary medicine that has been recommended by a vet. Treatments include Acupuncture, hydrotherapy, osteopathy, physiotherapy and chiropractic therapy and up to five (for Time Limited policies) or ten sessions (for Lifetime policies) of hydrotherapy.

All treatments must be carried out by a suitably qualified person.

The policy does not cover unapproved alternative medicines including pulsed magnetic field therapy, matrix energy field therapy, the Bowen technique, Reiki massage, and faith healing.

5. Does the policy cover Prescription food and Dentistry?

PDSA policies will cover the cost of dentistry but only if it is required as a result of an accident.

Policies do not cover prescription foods or diets, with the exception of food prescribed and purchased from a vet or online veterinary pharmacy used to dissolve bladder stones and crystals in your pets urine.

Cover is provided up to a maximum of £100 and a deduction will be made of 75p a tin or £1.50 per kilo for dry food as normal feeding costs for your pet. The maximum time limit for this cover is 60 days.

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

Cruciate Ligament claims are covered up to the vet fee limit. In respect of MRI and CT scans there are inner limits according to the level of cover you choose. They vary from £600 - £900 in respect of CT Scans and £1,000 - £1,500 in respect of MRI scans. The industry average is £2,000.

7. Does the policy cover the cost of euthanasia?

All PDSA policies include Euthanasia cover up to £100, as long as it has been recommended by a vet.

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

You are able to insure more than one pet under the same policy.

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

The PDSA do not cover your pet's pre-existing medical conditions.

These are defined as "Any illness or injury or complication directly resulting from an injury or illness, whether diagnosed or undiagnosed that has been identified or investigated by a vet or is otherwise known to you prior to the start of the insurance".

10. Will the policy cover my pet during pregnancy?

PDSA policies do not cover any costs associated with Pregnancy or giving birth.

11. Am I covered to take my pet abroad?

The Government PETS scheme allows you to take your pet abroad to certain countries without the need for lengthy quarantine. The PDSA extend vet fees cover whilst you are abroad with your pet for a maximum of 30 days (90 days Lifetime £8,000 policy).

In addition, they also provide cover for Holiday Cancellation, Emergency Repatriation, Quarantine Expenses and loss of your pets passport.

 

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

Under a new PDSA pet insurance policy there is no cover for accidents or injury for the first 3 days and no cover for illness for the first 14 days.

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

The minimum excess that applies to all policies is £100. However you do have the option to increase this to £200 which reduces the premium by about 15%.

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

When your pet turns 6, the policy includes a compulsory variable excess of 20% on top of the fixed excess that you already pay.

If your pet is under the age of 6, you have the option to include this variable excess from the start of the policy and reduce the overall premium by approximately 20%.

 

15. Website Navigation and online shopping experience

The website is nicely laid out, but you have to remember that the website doesn't just deal with insurance and this makes a bit harder to navigate around. For example, we couldn't find where to download a claim form.

The site does explain the difference between the levels of cover and provides a nice info graphic type breakdown of the different levels of cover available and the important inner limits. Access to the policy wording is provided if you need more information.

The quotation system is also easy to use. The quote explains the difference in cover and the options available. At this point live chat is available for any questions about the policy. You can easily scroll between the different levels of cover and excess options and see how that effects the premium, before proceeding to check out.

Unfortunately the site is let down by the lack of frequently asked (insurance questions), so if you have a query, you can either phone up or wait until you are doing a quote and use the live chat facility.

16. Is the policy wording easy to understand?

The policy wording at 13 pages is a little cramped, especially when you take into account the fact that it includes two summary of cover pages, an index and a definitions page. All black and white text with no colour coding didn't help.

In tests the policy wording scored 52.5 and was classed as fairly difficult to read, with a reading age of 14 - 15 required to be able to understand the content.

17. Is the Insurer listed on comparison sites?

The PDSA pet policy can only be found on the following comparison sites, GoCompare, Confused and CompareTheMarket.

Our tests showed that the cover and premiums were the same as quotes obtained directly, but you don't have the flexibility to amend the excess or the co-insurance amount on the comparison websites.

18. Does the policy include a helpline?

The PDSA operate a 24/7 veterinary helpline exclusive to existing and new policyholders.

19. What do customer reviews say?

There are very few pet insurance reviews. The PDSA have 228 reviews on Trust Pilot with a low rating of 2.1 out of 5, but the majority of these reviews relate to the PDSA as an organisation and in reality Pet Insurance is administered by the Insurance Factory.

Any negative reviews we could find related to increases in premium at renewal time.

20. Are there any administration charges?

There are no administration or cancellation charges.

21. Are there any special discounts or promotions?

There are currently no special discounts or promotions.

22. Overall Summary

In our comparison tests in the main, PDSA pet policies tend to get more competitive the older the pet, as you can see from the example quotes below. You always have the option with PDSA to reduce the premium by electing a higher standard excess and/ or paying the 20% co insurance payment from the start of the policy, rather than waiting until your pet is 6 years old, when it becomes compulsory.

The website claims that 97% of claims are settled, and the PDSA will settle claims as long as they are submitted within 180 days of treatment. They state that you do not need to contact them before treatment begins, with the exception of complementary medicine. Like most companies they will not confirm a claim until they have received all the paperwork.

However the policy advises that every claim will be reviewed by an internal pet claims assessor and compared to charges for the same or similar treatment within the same area to ensure that the treatment and veterinary fees are reasonable, necessary, essential, and not excessive.

If you are worried about your pets teeth, the PDSA policy only covers dental treatment in the event of an accident.

Time limited policies 12 month cover starts when a condition is first noticed by you or your vet, and not from the date treatment starts. If you wait to see if the condition clears up on it's own before starting treatment, be aware the 12 month clock has already started ticking.

Every new PDSA pet insurance policy helps the PDSA charity.

Once you have digested our review you can compare levels of cover below, together with example quotations or compare all pet policies.

If you would like information on pet insurance for a specific breed, visit our pet insurance guide section.

PDSA's Mystery Shopping Ratings

That's Insurance have spent some time mystery shopping on pdsa-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 PDSA compares to the industry average. The higher the percentage the better the company performs in each area.

Policy Wording

(layout, readability, terminology)

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Website

(layout, navigation, access to information)

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Customer Service

(clear quotes, buying process, customer service)

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Pro's and Con's for PDSA Policies

We've highlighted Pro's and Cons for PDSA, 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 PDSA.

  • Lifetime £8,000 policy rated 4 stars
  • Euthanasia cover up to £100
  • Excludes treatment for behavioural conditions
  • Accident only dental cover

What Cover do PDSA 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.

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Sample Quotes from PDSA.

Listed below are some Sample Quotes offered by PDSA

Top Picks

Insurance Provider

Excess

Primary Cover

Guide Price

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime £1K

100

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 1,000

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 1,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 0

Theft or Straying 0

Advertising and Reward 0

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Leonberger

Group: Working

PDSA Travel Insurance Review
Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime £5k

100

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 5,000

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 5,000

Death from Accident 1,000

Death from Illness 1,000

Theft or Straying 1,000

Advertising and Reward 1,000

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 10

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

PDSA Travel Insurance Review
Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime £2k

100

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 2,000

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 2,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 250

Theft or Straying 500

Advertising and Reward 500

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Cat

Cover:Per Condition Time Limited

Age: 6

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

PDSA Travel Insurance Review
Product Rating

Experience Rating

Time Limited £2k

100

Per Condition Time Limited 2,000

Complimentary Treatment 500

Dental 2,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 0

Theft or Straying 0

Advertising and Reward 0

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 10

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

PDSA Travel Insurance Review
Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime £1K

100

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 1,000

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 1,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 0

Theft or Straying 0

Advertising and Reward 0

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 10

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

PDSA Travel Insurance Review
Product Rating

Experience Rating

Lifetime £4k

100

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 4,000

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 4,000

Death from Accident 700

Death from Illness 700

Theft or Straying 700

Advertising and Reward 700