The Kennel Club Pet Insurance Review

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

Who are The Kennel Club Pet Insurance

Kennel Club Pet Insurance Reviewed by Jonathan 23/01/2021
The Kennel Club is the oldest and best recognised kennel club in the world and is the official club of the UK, overseeing various dog shows, agility and working trials as well as running the national register for pedigree dogs.

The Kennel Club have partnered up with Agria Pet Insurance to provide specialist insurance for dog owners and breeders.

Kennel Club Pet Insurance is underwritten and administered 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 The Kennel Club

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

How The Kennel Club Pet Insurance 's Policies have been ranked using our star rating formula?

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Dog Policy Ratings Click to Expand

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

Rating for Dog Lifetime Plus:

Rating for Dog Lifetime All :

The Kennel Club Dog Insurance Review

Rabbit Policy Ratings Click to Expand

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  • 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 The Kennel Club's policy wording

1. What are the eligibility criteria for Pet Insurance?

You must be over the age of 18, and be the pets owner which lives with you in the UK.
Your pet must be over the age of 8 weeks at the start of the policy.
You must take all reasonable safeguards to maintain your pets health, preventing injury or illness, loss or theft.
If your pet is a dog it must have had a course of primary vaccinations and you must keep it vaccinated within manufacturer’s
guidelines against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvovirus, or with the exception of leptospirosis, have a positive
titre test reading every two years.
If your pet is a cat you must keep it vaccinated within manufacturer’s guidelines against feline infectious enteritis, feline herpes virus, feline calicivirus and if at risk, feline leukaemia virus.
You must follow any advice given by your vet about your pet's health including any recommendations to reduce your pet's weight.
You must take reasonable precautions to prevent injury or death to another animal or person and damage to third party property.
Your pet must be kept on a short lead while near livestock of any kind, including horses, whether they are kept for leisure purposes or not.

2. What type of policies do they offer?

The Kennel Club only offer lifetime cover policies.
This covers vet fees up to either £7,500 or £15,000 per year. The benefit is reinstated each year, provided you renew the policy which means that ongoing illnesses will be covered for the rest of your dog’s life.

3. What's not covered?

Many problems are caused when a customer finds out that a particular claim is not covered. Often it's because the customer just wasn't aware of a particular exclusion, owing to the fact that they had not read or understood the policy properly.

It is absolutely essential that you read the policy wording carefully. You may find our comprehensive guide to pet insurance helpful, in the meantime we have highlighted important exclusions that we think you should know about below.

Kennel Club Pet Insurance does not cover;

  1. The cost of any treatment to prevent illness or injury.
  2. Routine examinations, tests, or treatment for your pets general health.
  3. Routine castration and spaying, retained testes, mammary tumours and vaginal prolapse.
  4. The cost of vaccinations, other than the costs of veterinary treatment for adverse reactions arising from the vaccinations.
  5. Grooming and dematting including syringing and removing hair from ears when there is no infection present, nail clipping and removing dew claws that are not damaged.
  6. The emptying of anal glands when they are not infected or stenosed.
  7. Routine blood tests and urine tests.
  8. Heart screening, blood or urine tests before a general anaesthetic or sedation if your pet’s age, medical history, or clinical
    signs immediately before this is carried out do not suggest it has an identifiable and significant risk from the general anaesthetic or sedation.
  9. The killing or controlling of fleas and or worms, other than the cost to treat an adverse reaction.
  10. Products for killing or controlling skin mites unless there is evidence your pet has a mite infestation.
  11. Collars used to restrict your pet’s access to its body, or surgical T-shirts and protective boots, unless they are used to directly cover a wound.
  12. Harnesses or slings to aid mobility.
  13. Behavioural disorders that you can prevent by normal puppy training and socialisation and the cost of any training classes. The cost of your pet to stay and receive training or treatment from a behaviourist at a residential training or behavioural centre.
  14. Costs for or resulting from, organ transplants, prosthesis, including any veterinary treatment needed to fit the prosthesis, other than the cost of hips, elbows, patella groove replacements or any eye lens implant, Stem cell therapy and experimental veterinary treatment.
  15. Any costs for or relating to the production of a 3D printed model which is used for the planning of your pet’s surgery.
  16. House calls, your pet's stay at a veterinary practice and the cost of transport or your vet's travel expenses, unless your vet confirms not using these facilities would seriously damage your pets health or worsen the condition.
  17. The cost of out of hours fees unless an illness or injury happens or shows the first clinical signs or, significantly deteriorates, after 6 pm and before 8 am, during a weekend or during a bank holiday.
  18. Bathing your pet, other than bathing with a medicated product that should only be administered by a vet or a member of a veterinary practice.
  19. House calls, moving, transporting, bathing, hospitalisation, boarding fees and travel expenses caused by or resulting from your pet’s weight or your personal circumstances.
  20. The cost of any additional veterinary treatment required because you are unable to administer medication due to your pet’s behaviour or your personal circumstances.
  21. The cost of prescribed medication purchased from an online retailer unless the online retailer is listed in the Veterinary Medicine Directorate’s accredited internet retailer scheme.
  22. Fitting your pet into the working schedule of a veterinary practice.
  23. Vet’s administration costs and other charges a vet makes for things that do not directly involve the vet’s expertise in treating an illness or injury.
  24. The use of your pet for guarding, security or racing.
  25. Illnesses that dogs are usually vaccinated against if your pet has not been vaccinated.
  26. The following breed of dogs 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, including any dog that should be registered under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Dangerous Dogs Act (Northern Ireland) Order 1991 or any amendments.
  27. The cost of housing, including cages and bedding needed for the veterinary treatment or wellbeing of your pet.
  28. Any costs for or resulting from a disease, including Rabies that the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
  29. If your pet dies from an illness when it is over the age of 8.
  30. A deliberate act by you, a member of your family, someone who works for you, someone who lives with you.

4. Are complementary treatments covered?

Complementary treatments are covered up to £1,000 Lifetime policy and £2,500 Lifetime Plus.

Treatments include physiotherapy (including Laser Therapy, Pulsed Magnetic Field Therapy and Shock Wave Therapy) osteopathy, chiropractic treatment recommended by a vet and provided by a qualified organisation, Herbal Medicine and up to 20 sessions of hydrotherapy for each separate illness or injury. (Does not include hydrotherapy to help your pet lose weight).

Pheromone products used for up to six months as part of a structured programme to permanently change your pet’s behaviour and up to £750 towards the cost of behavioural therapy your pet receives from a behaviourist for a behavioural disorder.

The policies does not cover any costs for Matrix Energy Field Therapy, Reiki massage, Faith healing or Homeopathic medicine.

5. Does the policy cover Prescription food and Dentistry?

Kennel Club pet insurance covers 50% of the cost of a clinical diet up to £250 to treat the illness or injury, for each separate illness or injury.
This is described as food made by a pet food company for the purpose of a vet to prescribe to help with a specific illness or injury.
It does not cover the cost of clinical diets and medicines to help your pet lose weight or any routine post-operative recovery diet.

Kennel Club pet insurance also covers the cost of any condition or veterinary treatment arising as a result of tooth or gum disease, provided your pet has had a dental health check in the last 12 months, and had any veterinary treatment recommended by the vet carried out within three months of the recommendation.

The policy does not cover Cosmetic dentistry, de-scaling, polishing and cleaning your pet’s teeth, other than when performed solely as treatment for an illness of the teeth or gums, crowns.
Root canal treatment;
That is being undertaken for purely cosmetic reasons.
That is on teeth other than the canine teeth.
That doesn’t offer clear advantages over tooth removal in terms of safety.
In respect of a dog that is a stone chewer or similar.
For badly damaged teeth.
Where there is severe periodontal disease and the canine teeth are very loose.

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

MRI/CT Scans and Cruciate Ligament claims are covered up to the maximum vet fees limit.

7. Does the policy cover the cost of euthanasia?

The policy covers the cost of cremation, burial and a house visit by a vet to put your pet to sleep up to £150.

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

The Kennel Club offer a multi pet discount when you insure more than one dog under the same policy.

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

Kennel Club Pet insurance does not cover any pre-existing Illness or Injury, described as

• An injury that happened, or an illness or behavioural disorder that first showed clinical signs before your policy started; or,
• An injury or illness that is the same as, or has the same diagnosis or clinical signs as an injury, illness or clinical sign your pet had before your policy started; or,
• An injury or illness that is caused by, relates to, or results from, an injury, illness or clinical sign your pet had before
your policy started; no matter where the injury, illness or clinical sign(s) are noticed or happen in, or on, your pet’s body.

10. Will the policy cover my pet during pregnancy?

The standard Kennel Club policy excludes any cost related to pregnancy, or false pregnancy if your pet has already received veterinary treatment for two or more episodes of false pregnancy, unless you have taken the option to include cover for
Breeding and Pregnancy.

This optional add-on covers the following;

Fertility examinations - if your pet does not become pregnant after two matings including

a physical examination by a vet, including the reproductive organs and vaginoscopy,
• an ultrasound of the uterus and ovaries,
• vaginal cytology, blood tests, a complete blood count, including haemoglobin, haematocrit, leukogram, blood platelets and ALAT, creatinine, glucose and total T4 and TSH,
• veterinary treatment (excluding surgery) to restore fertility.

Pregnancy and Giving Birth - covering complications from pregnancy, giving birth, weak or fading puppies.

Death from Pregnancy or giving birth - A death benefit if your pet should die due to complications of pregnancy or giving birth

Veterinary Fees for Puppies - Covers veterinary fees to treat an illness or injury to your pet's puppies from the day they were born up to the age of 14 weeks or when the new owner collects them whichever comes first.

For more information on this cover we recommend reading the policy carefully.

11. Am I covered to take my pet abroad?

Having left the European Union, the Pet Passport is no longer valid and has been replaced with the Animal Health Certificate.

This means that you can still take your pet abroad without the need for quarantine and The Kennel Club will extend your policy to cover vet fees whilst abroad for up to 120 days per year. In addition they will cover additional quarantine costs, repeat worming, loss of your animal health certificate and emergency expenses whilst abroad.

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

The Kennel Club policy excludes;

An illness or behavioural disorder that first showed clinical signs in the first 10 days after your policy started; or,
• an illness that is the same as, or has the same diagnosis or clinical signs as an illness or clinical sign your pet had in
the first 10 days after your policy started; or,
• an illness that is caused by, relates to, or results from, an illness or clinical sign your pet had in the first 10 days
after your policy started;

If your pet dies as a result of an illness in the first 10 days of your policy.

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

The Standard policy excess is £105, but you can opt for £170, in exchange for a reduction in the premium.

The excess for each claim in respect of damaged or destroyed property and third party liability is £250.

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

In addition to the fixed excess, you are required to pay a further 10% contribution towards each claim that you make.

For example if your claim was for £1,000, you would need to pay £105 plus 10% of the balance totalling £194.50.

15. Website Navigation and online shopping experience

The website layout provides access to an explanation of the policy, a comparison of benefits table and access to policy documentation. There is a good section on Frequently asked questions. The Kennel Club do not operate live chat
but you can phone them or request a call back.

The quotation system is quick and easy to use and there is a lot of flexibility in the quote allowing you to create a policy that meets your needs such as the excess, and optional add-ons, taking your pet abroad, breeding cover, holiday cancellation and or death benefit.

16. Is the policy wording easy to understand?

The policy provides a useful Key Features and Benefits section including significant exclusions which offers a good overview of the policy and an index to help with navigation.

The layout is OK if a little monotonous. In readability tests the wording scored 51.5 out of 100 and was classed as fairly difficult to read, although only a reading age of between 14 - 15 is required to be able to understand it.

17. Is the Insurer listed on comparison sites?

Kennel Club Pet Insurance is not available on any comparison sites. Visit the site direct for a quote.

18. Does the policy include a helpline?

Kennel Club operate a pet health helpline for free, round-the-clock, veterinary advice if your pet appears to be injured or unwell
but you are not sure if they need to see a vet.

19. What do customer reviews say?

We were unable to find enough meaningful customer reviews on Kennel Club Pet Insurance.

20. Are there any administration charges?

There are no administration charges.

21. Are there any special discounts or promotions?

£25 voucher towards your dog’s annual health check or vaccination. The Kennel Club will send you a £25 voucher, each and every year, to help with the cost of veterinary health checks and vaccinations.

22. Overall Summary

Both the Kennel Club pet insurance policies provide high levels of cover, in fact £15,000 is the highest level of vet fees cover currently available on the market. You have the flexibility of choosing benefits to suit, including a unique section which covers vets fees for problems when breeding and during pregnancy.

However you have to pay a lot for the cover and during our tests we found their premiums expensive. The excess is at the higher end of the scale and on top of that you have to pay an additional 10% of any claim.

The company states they pay 97% of claims, can settle directly with your vet and operate a UK customer service and claims team.

If you need a policy that covers breeding and or pregnancy then this is one to look at.

The Kennel Club's Mystery Shopping Ratings

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

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Website

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Pro's and Con's for The Kennel Club Policies

We've highlighted Pro's and Cons for The Kennel Club, 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 The Kennel Club.

  • Kennel Club Pet Insurance awarded 4 star rating.
  • Clinical Diets covered up to £250.
  • Covers the cost of putting your pet to sleep including cremation or burial costs.
  • Cover for behavioural therapy up to £750.
  • Platelet Rich Plasma Therapies up to £750.
  • Covers the cost of a Glucometer.
  • Free access to the Pet24 recovery service.
  • £25 voucher towards your dog’s annual health check or vaccination.
  • Optional add-on to cover breeding and pregnancy.
  • 10% co payment clause on all policies as standard.

What Cover do The Kennel Club 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 All

    Dog

Primary Cover toggle

  • Policy Excess
    Policy Excess

    105

    105

  • Accident Only
    Accident Only Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Per Condition
    Lifetime Per Condition Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Maximum Benefit
    Lifetime Maximum Benefit Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    15,000

    7,500

  • Dental
    Dental Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    15,000

    7,500

  • Death from Accident
    Death from Accident Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

  • Death from Illness
    Death from Illness Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

  • Theft or Straying
    Theft or Straying Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,500

  • Advertising and Reward
    Advertising and Reward Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    1,500

    1,000

  • Third Party Liability
    Third Party Liability Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    3,000,000

    2,000,000

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

    250

    250

  • Cruciate Ligament Rupture
    Cruciate Ligament Rupture Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    15,000

    7,500

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

    15,000

    7,500

  • Euthanasia
    Euthanasia Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    150

    150

Secondary Cover toggle

  • Complimentary Treatment
    Complimentary Treatment Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,500

    1,000

  • Prescribed Food
    Prescribed Food Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    250

    250

  • Emergency Boarding Fees
    Emergency Boarding Fees Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,000

    1,000

  • Holiday Cancellation
    Holiday Cancellation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    3,000

    1,000

  • Emergency Repatriation
    Emergency Repatriation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    500

    500

  • Quarantine Expenses
    Quarantine Expenses Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    2,000

    2,000

  • Emergency Vet Expenses
    Emergency Vet Expenses Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    15,000

    7,500

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

    250

    250

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

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

  • Cremation
    Cremation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    150

    150

Sample Quotes from The Kennel Club.

Listed below are some Sample Quotes offered by The Kennel Club

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 15,000

Complimentary Treatment 2,500

Dental 15,000

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 Plus

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 15,000

Complimentary Treatment 2,500

Dental 15,000

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 All

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 7,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 7,500

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 All

105

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 7,500

Complimentary Treatment 1,000

Dental 7,500

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