Who does everyone use to insure their cockapoo? We will be getting our new puppy in two weeks and I want to make sure I have adequate cover.
When you have a covered for life policy, the premium still goes up each year doesn't it? I think it gets really expensive for older dogs. If the price was held, I'd definitely go for this one.make sure you get the policy that is for life. apparently if you dont get the 'for life' policy insurance company's can stop your insurance at 8 years old or increase the price quite a lot.
worked out what the problem was with Deltas insurance, turns out when mum did it online she clicked the wrong button and went for the pet saver which ment that any madication or treatment she needed would only be covered for 12 months, so we conceled it and restarted the same cover as the others so he price per month is now £12 somethingwe are with More Than, have made one claim on Inca when she swalowed a dummy teat and couldnt pass it(this was exactly a week after being spayed)
we have everything (rather than putting their names i have just ritten their letters lol i think its self explanitory lol)
vet fees upto(for G, I & E) £7000 ( D) £3000
dethfrom injury (G, I & E) £600 (D)£500
loss by theft or straying "
advertizing and reward "
kennel fees if owner needs hospital treatment"
pet holiday protection(G, I & E) £1250 (D doesnt have this)
thrid party liabilaty cover for your dog up to (G, I & E) £2 million (D) £1million
looking at Deltas she is different she has all the same exept for the holiday protection, but the amount we can clame is less, didnt notis that before
Gypsy is 4 years old £15.49 a month
Inca is 4 years old £15.99 a month(she is the only one we have claimed on for £478.66 about 3 years ago)
Echo is 2 years old £13.99 a month
Deltais 8 months old £9.88 a month
they all started off about £9 when we first go them