Petplan Dog Insurance

by Jeremy on November 28, 2009

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This is a great dog insurance review for petplan in the UK. Petplan is also offered in the USA and Canada.

Petplan is one of the biggest pet insurance companies which offers dog insurance. Petplan’s “Covered For Life” policies offer coverage to protect dog owners whose pets develop long-term illnesses such as eczema and arthritis, which may require extensive treatment, for prolonged periods of time, thereby resulting in high vet bills.

For dog owners who are in need of a cover which will assist them with the initial high costs of trips to the vet, Petplan’s Pet Value is the best choice. In terms of vet fees, dog owners receive up to $6000 (£3,000) per condition for 12 months. Petplan also offers complementary treatment in a limited cover which is included in the vet fees. Up to $2million (£1 million) is also offered in third party liability. In the event that a dog owner needs to make a third party property damage claim, they will be required to pay the first $500 (£250) of any compensation as well as expenses for each incident.

Petplan’s Covered For Life Budget Plan offers up to £4,000 per year and complementary treatment of up to £750 per year. The Budget Plan also offers up to £250 per year in advertising and reward and up to £250 per year in boarding fees. This plan also offers up to £1 million in third party liability and up to £500 per year in emergency repatriation. Petplan dog insurance offers up to £1,500 per year in quarantine expenses and loss of documents.

Petplan’s Covered For Life Supreme Plan offers up to £12,000 annually and complementary treatment of up to £750 per year. This plan also offers up to £1000 per year in advertising and reward, up to £1,000 per year in boarding fees and a similar amount in theft or straying, as well as death from injury or illness. This coverage also includes up to £1,000 per year in holiday cancellation and up to £3 million in third party liability. Petplan dog insurance offers up to £500 per year in emergency repatriation and up to £1500 per year in quarantine expenses and loss of documents.

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