Get lifetime pet insurance, for cats and dogs with pre-existing conditions.
Compare lifetime pet insurance quotes and find the right cover for your pet.
In the lead up to National Rescue Dog Day, we lift the lid on the UK’s animal adoption concerns, revealing the problems with bad breeding practices, and discussing why we believe prospective pet owners should adopt, not shop.
Time-limited pet insurance policies allow an owner to claim for eligible conditions, up to a specified amount, in a 12-month period.
Accident-only pet insurance covers treatment costs if your pet’s injured in an accident, but it doesn’t cover illnesses.
Maximum benefit pet insurance covers your pet for each injury or illness up to a specified pre-set limit. Compare maximum benefit pet insurance quotes.
Your pet's likely to need to see a vet from time to time, no matter how well you care for them. Pet insurance can help with unexpected costs for injury or illness.
Compare dog insurance quotes and get your dog the cover it needs.
Compare cheap puppy insurance quotes and get your young dog the cover it needs.
When it comes to pet insurance, some breeds will cost more than others. In this guide we examine the prices you can expect to pay for popular pedigree breeds, as well as mongrels and crossbreeds of all shapes and sizes.
Compare cheap cat insurance quotes and get your feline the cover it needs.
If you’ve chosen the intelligent, independent, inquisitive cat as your new companion, it’d be helpful to know how much owning one could cost you.
Compare cheap kitten insurance quotes and get your young cat the cover it needs.
Find out more about insurance options if your have more than one pet, including what multi-pet policies cover and the potential discount you can expect.
When is an animal classed as old and how do you go about finding insurance for an older pet? Get the answers you need.
Compare pet insurance policies and find the right third party liability cover for your dog.
Find out more about common vaccines for dogs, cats and rabbits, and what it means for your insurance.
Rabbit insurance can be valuable cover to have in place to protect your beloved bunny in a time of need.
Many who don’t want the responsibility of a cat or dog will often decide to have a small mammal. Unfortunately, vet fees for injured or unwell animals, no matter how small they are, can still be expensive.
Lockdown has given us more time to spend with our pets. However, coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected prices across many industries, particularly on the cost of dogs and dog insurance.
In July 2020, the government announced a cat in the UK has been diagnosed with Coronavirus for the first time. Find out more about how we can protect ourselves and our animals from the current pandemic.
Does where you choose to live in the UK affect the amount of money it costs to insure your beloved dog or cat? Our research suggests that it does.
If you’re thinking about adopting a rescue dog or have already welcomed one to your home, it’s important to make sure that you have the right cover from your pet insurance policy.
Standard insurers won't generally cover exotic pets such as snakes, tortoises, reptiles and some birds. Find out more about specialist exotic pet insurance cover.
Insurance for a motorised horsebox is a legal requirement if you plan to drive it on UK roads, just like with all road vehicles. Find out more.
You need to consider whether the policy covers the costs if your horse was injured, taken ill, lost or stolen. Find out more.
There are some types of dog, including those listed in the Dangerous Dogs Act, that insurers may be reluctant to cover. Read our full guide to learn more.
Some animals require a pet passport, or equivalent, to travel abroad. Find out more about the documents you’ll need to legally take your pet abroad.
Taking your pet on a UK trip can be a convenient and exciting way to holiday. Find out how to safely travel with your pets in the UK and whether your pet insurance will cover you.
Follow our guide on how to protect your pet’s teeth and keep treatment costs down.
Bonfire night and dogs don’t always mix well. Fireworks and sparklers can cause distress for pets. Here’s how to make bonfire night less stressful for your pet.
Choosing the right small pet for children is a big decision. Every animal is different – some need lots of attention, some are easy for small hands to handle, and some are more inclined to bite.
There’s more to llamas and alpacas than spitting. These sociable creatures make great pets – as long as you have the time and space, and are prepared to shop around to find the right insurance.
Having co-insurance for your pet means you pay a percentage of the remaining vet fees after the excess has been deducted if you claim. It’s worth considering if you want an affordable policy for older animals.
Pet insurance can cover alternative therapies and treatments. Could aromatherapy, physiotherapy, massage therapy or hydrotherapy help your pet?
While most of us know what we can do to protect ourselves from harmful UV rays and sun exposure, what about our pets?
Moving house with cats, dogs and other pets can be extremely stressful. Find out how to settle pets into a new home and have a smooth move with all your animals.
Thousands of species of animals can be found in the UK, most of which we see day-to-day; but you might be surprised to learn about some of the exotic creatures that have made their home here...
What precautions should you take to make sure your pets are safe at Christmas?
Our data reveals the most popular pets of the Covid pandemic, with over half a million insurance quotes being taken out since lockdown began.
What’s a holiday without your four-legged best friend? We round up the best cities in the UK for dog-friendly staycations.
We uncover the varying cost of pet insurance across the UK and explore some of the reasons why, including how different breeds and where you live could affect the price.
Find out how to protect your guide dog, assistance dog or working dog with the right pet insurance.
Read about how to keep you and your dog safe around anxious or aggressive dogs and how pet insurance can protect you.