VetsMediCover Pet Insurance Review

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

Who are VetsMediCover Pet Insurance

Vetsmedicover Pet Insurance reviewed by Jonathan 24/01/2021
Vetsmedicover was specifically set up to provide high quality pet insurance, outstanding customer service and efficient management of claims.
The Company offer two types of cover with a choice of benefit levels.
Vetsmedicover is a trading name of Petsmedicover Ltd, who are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Pet Insurance is underwritten by Covea Insurance Plc. Covea is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

How to Buy Pet Insurance from VetsMediCover

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

How VetsMediCover 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 VetsMediCover.

Dog Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 4 Dog Policies from VetsMediCover Pet Insurance. They are - Diamond - Platinum - Silver - Gold. We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Dog Diamond:

Rating for Dog Platinum:

Rating for Dog Silver:

Rating for Dog Gold:

VetsMediCover Dog Insurance Review

Rabbit Policy Ratings Click to Expand

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VetsMediCover Rabbit Insurance Review

Cat Policy Ratings Click to Expand

We have reviewed 4 Cat Policies from VetsMediCover Pet Insurance. They are - Diamond - Platinum - Gold - Silver. We have rated these as follows:-

Rating for Cat Diamond:

Rating for Cat Platinum:

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VetsMediCover 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 VetsMediCover's policy wording

1. What are the eligibility criteria for Pet Insurance?

You must be over 18 years of age and be the registered owner and keeper of the pet, which lives with you in the United Kingdom.
Your pet must be over 8 weeks but under 8 years of age at the start of the policy (certain dog breeds must be under 5 years of age).
You must take your pet for a health check up at least once a year, including dental checks and vaccinations as required.
You must take reasonable stepts to prevent injury or illness, but if your pet is ill or injured, you must immediately arrange for a vet to provide treatment.
You must vaccination your pet against;
DOGS: distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvovirus.
CATS: cat flu, feline enteritis and feline leukaemia.
You must vaccinate your pet against kennel cough before your pet enters a boarding kennel or a show.
Your pet must not be used in any connection with any business, trade or profession. This includes taking your pet to work with you or a place of work.
You must take reasonable steps to prevent your pet causing damage to property.

2. What type of policies do they offer?

Vetsmedicover offer two types of policy Time Limited and Lifetime.

The Silver policy covers up to £2,000 of vet fees per condition, covered up to 12 months from the date of the occurrence or until the benefit limit is reached.
The Gold policy covers up to £4,000 of vet fees cover per annum, which is reinstated every 12 months, provided the policy has been renewed and is designed to cover long term illnesses.
The Platinum policy covers up to £6,000 of vet fees cover per annum, which is reinstated every 12 months, provided the policy has been renewed and is designed to cover long term illnesses.
The Diamond policy covers up to £10,000 of vet fees cover per annum, which is reinstated every 12 months, provided the policy has been renewed and is designed to cover long term illnesses.

3. What's not covered?

Many complaints about pet insurance happen because a claim is declined or the agreed settlement amount is less than the customer was expecting. One of the common reasons for this is due to a lack of understanding of the policy by the customer.

It is essential that you read your policy wording carefully and understand the terminology. We have produced a Comprehensive Pet Insurance Buyers guide to help explain the different types of cover. We have also listed below the important exclusions that we think you should know about.

Vetsmedicover does not cover;

  1. Any treatment recommended by your vet that prevents illness or injury.
  2. The cost of routine or elective treatments, as well as any complications arising from these.
  3. The cost of vaccinations or any claims that result of illnesses not vaccinated against.
  4. The cost of titre testing prior to vaccination or microchipping.
  5. The cost of routine worming and flea treatments.
  6. Grooming, trimming, claw clipping, routine ear flushing or plucking, the removal of undamaged dew claws.
  7. The Cost of Spaying, castration or retained testicles.
  8. Costs for routine pre-operative or pre-anesthesia blood and urine tests carried out on a healthy or young pet.
  9. Vet fees for treatment required as a direct or indirect result of a non-claimable condition.
  10. Costs for cosmetic or aesthetic surgery, including but not limited to eye tacking, tail docking and including pre-operative and post-operative care.
  11. The costs of purchasing or hiring equipment for your pet.
  12. Claims arising from aggressive tendencies or behavioural disorders shown by your pet.
  13. Ambulance/taxi fees unless your pet is on a nasal/IV drip and is being transferred between a referral practice/emergency vet and your normal vet up to one journey.
  14. Vet fees caused by an injury or illness arising directly or indirectly from negligent mistreatment of your pet, whether by you, your immediate family.
  15. House calls, our outside of normal surgery hours, unless your vet confirms that an emergency consultation was essential to your pets life or suffering.
  16. Vet fees for treatment of conditions arising from your pet being overweight, except weight gain as a result of a diagnosed illness.
  17. Costs for artificial prostheses, for example an artificial limb, including any veterinary treatment needed to fit the prosthesis. Vet fees for hip, knee or elbow replacement(s) are covered.
  18. Vet fees arising from treatment incurred whilst your pet is competing in any type of competition, including but not limited to field trials, dog/cat shows and breeders competitions.
  19. Claims including Third Party Liability caused by your pet straying, escaping, damaging property, attacking the general public or other animals not owned by you, if the pet has previously carried out any of these actions.
  20. Dogs which are used as gundogs, working dogs, guide or assistance dogs, or for security, commercial security, any form of racing, hunting, guarding, track racing, coursing, fighting, shooting or breeding, including commercial breeding.
  21. Any dog registered under The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and The Dangerous Dogs (Northern Ireland) order 1991 or Dangerous Dogs (amendment) Act 1997 or any subsequent amendments or any of these breeds or a dog crossed with any of these. American Bully, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Canary Dog, Cane Corso, Cane da Pastore, Carolina Dog, Coyote, Dogo Argentino, Dogo Canario, Dogo Guatemalteco, Dogo Sardesco, Fila Brasilero, Gull Terrier, Irish Staffordshire Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Kohati, Neapolitan Mastiff, Pakistani Bull Terrier, Perro De Presa Canario, Pit Bull Terrier, Presa Canario, Saarloos Wolfhound, Tosa Inu, Wolf, Wolf Hybrid.
  22. Any pet, which has aggressive tendencies or has been trained to attack or begins to have these tendencies.
  23. Any claim for a pet over 5 years old for selected breeds at the start date of your Policy.
  24. Third Party Liability insurance is excluded for the following breeds, or any dog crossed or mixed with these breeds: Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog, American Bulldog, Boerboel.

4. Are complementary treatments covered?

The silver policy covers complementary treatments up to £500 and the Gold, Platinum and Diamond policies up to £750. (The market average limit is £1,000).

Complementary treatment means physiotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic treatment hydrotherapy, acupuncture and homeopathic or herbal medicines. All complementary treatment must be recommended by your vet and carried out by either a vet or a person registered with or a member of a professional organisation.

5. Does the policy cover Prescription food and Dentistry?

All policies cover dental care as a result of illness up to £350 and as a result of an injury up to the vet fees limit.

This does not include vet fees resulting from dental treatment carried out six months or more after the recommendation of the vet or costs for dental descaling, polishing, prosthodontics, orthodontic appliances, crowns, caps or splints, or veneers.

The Silver policy does not cover prescription food. The Gold, Platimum and Diamond policies cover clinically formulated pet food prescribed by your vet as part of a treatment plan for your pet for a specific covered condition.

Prescription food does not include food prescribed for weight loss or dental ailments or conditions.

The Gold policy covers 20% of the cost up to £150.
The Platinum and Diamond policies cover 40% of the cost up to £200.

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

All policies cover MRI/CT Scans and Cruciate Ligament claims up to the vet fees limit, depending on the policy you have chosen.

7. Does the policy cover the cost of euthanasia?

All policies cover the cost of having your pet put to sleep (on the recommendation of your vet) up to £200, but excludes costs relating to the cremation, burial or disposal of your pet.

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

Vetsmedicover only allow you insure one pet on the same policy.

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

Vetsmedicover does not cover your pets pre-existing conditions and these are described as;

Any injury or illness that:
a) happened or first showed clinical signs; or
b) has the same diagnosis or clinical signs as an injury, illness or clinical sign your pet had; or
c) is caused by or relates to, or results from an injury, illness or clinical sign your pet had before the start of cover for your pet, and regardless of whether the illness or clinical signs appear in the same or different parts of your pet’s body.

However in respect of the Gold, Platinum and Diamond policies, A condition will cease to be a pre-existing condition, if for twenty-four consecutive calendar months:
a) your pet has shown no clinical signs or symptoms of the condition
b) you have not consulted a vet with respect to the condition
c) your pet has not received treatment for or in connection with the condition.

10. Will the policy cover my pet during pregnancy?

Vet fees for treatment recommended by your vet to prevent or treat an injury or illness directly or indirectly as a result of breeding, whelping and pregnancy are not covered under the Vetsmedicover policy.

11. Am I covered to take my pet abroad?

Since leaving the European Union on the 1st January 2021, the rules on taking your pet abroad with you have changed.

Pet Passports are no longer valid, having been replaced with an Animal Health Certifcate. It is still possible to take your pet abroad, without the lengthy quarantine periods and Vetsmedicover will extend vet fees to cover your pet for up to 3 months each year.

However unlike some policies, they only cover the vet fees and not additional quarantine costs, emergency expenses abroad or the cost of replacing your animal health certificate.

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

There is no cover under the Vetsmedicover pet insurance policy for illnesses which occur during the first 14 days of any new policy and any Injuries which occur during the first 5 days of any new policy.

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

Veterinary fees, for each illness or injury treated in each period of insurance: an excess of £90.

Third party liability - The first £250 per incident.

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

Pets 4 years and over – a further 10% of the remaining cost of treatment – this is deducted after deduction of the excess.
Pets 6 years and over – a further 20% of the remaining cost of treatment – this is deducted after deduction of the excess.

15. Website Navigation and online shopping experience

The website is nicely laid out and provides plenty of information of the different types of policy they offer, which we always recommend you read. A nice breakdown and comparison of cover is available and although they do not offer live chat, there are plenty of frequently answered questions, to satisfy most customer queries. Failing that you can phone or email them for more information.

The quotation system is extremely quick and easy to use. Just a few questions and you are presented with a side by side comparison of all available policies, together with the premiums and access to policy documents.

16. Is the policy wording easy to understand?

Although the policy at 31 pages long doesn't contain a summary of cover, there is a useful index and page of contact numbers and we found it easy to navigate and use. Surprisingly in readability tests the policy wording only scored 45.2 out of 100 classed as difficult to read and a college level reading age required to understand it.

17. Is the Insurer listed on comparison sites?

Vetsmedicover can be found on Moneysupermarket and Confused.com comparison websites. However in tests, we found that some of the premiums were more expensive than those being offered by Vetsmedicover direct on their website.

18. Does the policy include a helpline?

There is no specific vet health helpline offered.

19. What do customer reviews say?

The only customer reviews we could find were on Feefo with 47 reviews, scoring 4.3/5.

The majority of customers were happy with the service and there were no specific problem areas to point out.

20. Are there any administration charges?

There are no administration charges.

21. Are there any special discounts or promotions?

Vetsmedicover offer a 25% introductory discount for new policyholders.

22. Overall Summary

Vetsmedicover provide a good level of cover for the policies offered. During tests they appear to be a bit more expensive than other policies, and remember that your premium will be 25% more expensive after you lose the introductory discount at renewal.

However from reading customer reviews, the claims service seems very good and although you are required to submit claims within 3 months, you are able to track the progress via texts to your mobile.

If your pet suffered from a medical condition that is now more than 24 months old and has not re-occurred within that period, Vetsmedicover will cover this under their Gold, Platinum and Diamond policies.

You are unable to insure certain breeds of dog if they are aged 5 years and older. We were unable to find a list of the specific breeds. When your pet becomes 4 years old, you will be required to pay an additional 10% of any claim over and above any fixed excess.

VetsMediCover's Mystery Shopping Ratings

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

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Pro's and Con's for VetsMediCover Policies

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

  • Claims Tracking via your mobile phone.
  • 25% introductory online discount to new policyholders.
  • Covers the cost of putting your pet to sleep up to £200.
  • Dental care as a result of illness up to £350.
  • Injuries excluded for the first 5 days of any new policy.
  • 10% claim contribution for pets older than 4.
  • Complementary treatment cover limits lower than the market average.

What Cover do VetsMediCover 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

    Diamond

    Dog

    Platinum

    Dog

    Silver

    Dog

    Gold

    Dog

    Diamond

    Cat

    Platinum

    Cat

    Gold

    Cat

    Silver

    Cat

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  • Policy Excess
    Policy Excess

    90

    90

    90

    90

    90

    90

    90

    90

  • Accident Only
    Accident Only Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

    2,000

    0

    0

    0

    0

    2,000

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

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

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

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Per Condition
    Lifetime Per Condition Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Lifetime Maximum Benefit
    Lifetime Maximum Benefit Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    10,000

    6,000

    0

    4,000

    10,000

    6,000

    4,000

    0

  • Dental
    Dental Explanation
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    10,000

    6,000

    2,000

    4,000

    10,000

    6,000

    4,000

    2,000

  • Death from Accident
    Death from Accident Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    750

    500

    250

    350

    750

    500

    350

    250

  • Death from Illness
    Death from Illness Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    750

    500

    250

    350

    750

    500

    350

    250

  • Theft or Straying
    Theft or Straying Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    750

    500

    250

    350

    750

    500

    350

    250

  • Advertising and Reward
    Advertising and Reward Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    187

    125

    62

    87

    187

    125

    87

    62

  • Third Party Liability
    Third Party Liability Explanation
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    1,000,000

    1,000,000

    500,000

    1,000,000

    0

    0

    0

    0

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

    250

    250

    250

    250

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Cruciate Ligament Rupture
    Cruciate Ligament Rupture Explanation
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    10,000

    6,000

    2,000

    4,000

    10,000

    6,000

    4,000

    2,000

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

    10,000

    6,000

    2,000

    4,000

    10,000

    6,000

    4,000

    2,000

  • Euthanasia
    Euthanasia Explanation
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    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

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  • Complimentary Treatment
    Complimentary Treatment Explanation
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    750

    750

    500

    750

    750

    750

    750

    500

  • Prescribed Food
    Prescribed Food Explanation
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    200

    200

    0

    150

    200

    200

    150

    0

  • Emergency Boarding Fees
    Emergency Boarding Fees Explanation
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    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

    200

  • Holiday Cancellation
    Holiday Cancellation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Emergency Repatriation
    Emergency Repatriation Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Quarantine Expenses
    Quarantine Expenses Explanation
    Cover Type Icon

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Emergency Vet Expenses
    Emergency Vet Expenses Explanation
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    10,000

    6,000

    2,000

    4,000

    10,000

    6,000

    4,000

    2,000

  • Loss of Pet Passport
    Loss of Pet Passport Explanation
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    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Accidental Damage to Property
    Accidental Damage to Property Explanation
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    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Personal Accident (Pets)
    Personal Accident (Pets) Explanation
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    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

  • Cremation
    Cremation Explanation
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    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

    0

Sample Quotes from VetsMediCover.

Listed below are some Sample Quotes offered by VetsMediCover

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

Diamond

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 10,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 10,000

Death from Accident 750

Death from Illness 750

Theft or Straying 750

Advertising and Reward 187

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Platinum

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 6,000

Death from Accident 500

Death from Illness 500

Theft or Straying 500

Advertising and Reward 125

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Platinum

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 6,000

Death from Accident 500

Death from Illness 500

Theft or Straying 500

Advertising and Reward 125

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Gold

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 4,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 4,000

Death from Accident 350

Death from Illness 350

Theft or Straying 350

Advertising and Reward 87

Third Party Liability 1,000,000

Type:Dog

Cover:Per Condition Time Limited

Age: 6

Breed: Medium

Group: Mongrel

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Silver

90

Per Condition Time Limited 2,000

Complimentary Treatment 500

Dental 2,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 250

Theft or Straying 250

Advertising and Reward 62

Third Party Liability 500,000

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Gold

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 4,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 4,000

Death from Accident 350

Death from Illness 350

Theft or Straying 350

Advertising and Reward 87

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Gold

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 4,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 4,000

Death from Accident 350

Death from Illness 350

Theft or Straying 350

Advertising and Reward 87

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 6

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Platinum

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 6,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 6,000

Death from Accident 500

Death from Illness 500

Theft or Straying 500

Advertising and Reward 125

Type:Cat

Cover:Per Condition Time Limited

Age: 1

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Silver

90

Per Condition Time Limited 2,000

Complimentary Treatment 500

Dental 2,000

Death from Accident 250

Death from Illness 250

Theft or Straying 250

Advertising and Reward 62

Type:Cat

Cover:Lifetime Maximum Benefit

Age: 1

Breed: Moggie

Group: Moggie

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Product Rating

Experience Rating

Diamond

90

Lifetime Maximum Benefit 10,000

Complimentary Treatment 750

Dental 10,000

Death from Accident 750

Death from Illness 750

Theft or Straying 750

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