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Cat Insurance

As a cat owner you’ll understand the responsibility of protecting and caring for your feline friend when they need it most. With cat insurance you can have peace of mind that in the event of an accident or illness you won’t have the worry of unexpected and costly vet bills to contend with.

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Dog Insurance

In the event of an accident or illness, dog insurance will ensure you have the right level of cover for your four legged friend, leaving you to focus on getting them fit and well and not on unexpected bills.

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Multi Pet Insurance

As a nation of animal lovers, many of us own more than one pet. Multi-pet insurance can make it easier to manage all of your pet insurance policies with one provider. Many providers also offer discounts for doing so, meaning you can find the right level of cover for your pets at a great price.

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pet insurance you need the right cover for them at the right price for you. Quite simply, we Go Get it.

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Why do I need pet insurance?

Your pet is an important part of the family but there is not a National Health Service to help them. With 932,000 claims made in 2016 following accidents, injuries and illnesses and the average claim for a vet visit in 2016 costing £750 (1), it is no wonder that more and more pet owners are insuring their loved ones to protect themselves from these unexpected and unbudgeted costs.

Whilst £750(1) is the average cost, some conditions / treatments can run in to many thousands of pounds – for instance:

• £3,400 – The cost from an English Springer Spaniel that swallowed a grass seed (1)
• £1,060 – The average cost for a cat with Diabetes (1)

As well as vets fees, some pet insurance policies can cover a number of other benefits including death, theft, straying, third party liability (dogs only), advertising & reward costs, kennel/cattery fees and even for trips abroad (see policy terms & conditions for details).

(1) Source – ABI Statistics 2016

Are all pet insurance policies the same?

No, the product offerings vary dramatically. This is both in terms of the monetary (£) benefit limits as well as the method in which limits are made available and/or renewable (see below).

• Accident only – Covers vets fees following an accident/injury only (but not illness) up to the policy benefit/limit per condition
• 12 Month / Time limited – Covers vets fees following an accident, injury & illness up to the policy benefit/limit per condition for the first 12 months from the on-set of the condition
• Maximum benefit / Benefit limited - Covers vets fees following an accident, injury & illness up to the policy benefit/limit per condition with no onward time limit
• Lifetime - Lifetime refers to the ability to renew the contract (policy) each year and when you renew the level of cover resets. If your pet’s total veterinary treatment in the policy year exceed the limit applicable for your chosen level of cover there will be no further cover until the renewal of the policy when the cover resets. So long as you keep your policy renewed, the premiums paid up to date and the insurer invites renewal, there is no limit on how long you can claim for each illness or injury. The Lifetime policies do not provide cover for treatment that occurs after the policy is lapsed or cancelled. Please read your policy terms and conditions for further information.

Ongoing cover is subject to the ongoing payment of premium. The policies do not provide cover for treatment that occurs after the policy is lapsed or cancelled. Please see your policy terms and conditions for further information.

For further details around pet insurance product definitions, please visit the Association of British Insurers (ABI) website. The ABI have written a very helpful ‘Pet Insurance Consumer Guide’ (please use the below link):

How much will pet insurance cost?

The cost of pet insurance can vary significantly across the various providers and is dependent on a number of factors including (but not limited to) your pet's breed, age, where you live and neutered status. The other main consideration in calculating the premium is the product and level of cover you choose.

How can I pay for my policy?

You can either pay for your premium annually by debit/credit card or monthly by direct debit (subject to acceptability criteria).

Does paying monthly cost me more?

No, none of the policies quoted on Go Get it cost extra to pay monthly.

What is third party liability insurance for dogs?

Third party liability insurance provides cover if you have legal liability should your dog cause accidental injury to a third party or damage to someone's property. It can also pay for the bills if you're required to defend yourself in a legal case involving your dog (see your policy terms & conditions for details).

Third Party Liability insurance does not provide cover for cats.