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Is it the law to have third party liability insurance for your dog?
Behaviour
Is it the law to have third party liability insurance for your dog?
When owners choose to insure their animals, it is usually with the intention to help with costs if your pet becomes ill or injured. But, did you know that you can also take out third party liability insurance for your do…
August 9, 2022 • 6 shares
How can we afford to insure older dogs?
Dogs
How can we afford to insure older dogs?
Insurance is often recommended to pet owners, in case of a requirement for veterinary treatment, be that for long-term treatment or in the case of an emergency. However, you will notice that as your dog gets older, insur…
May 8, 2022 • 33 shares
I Feed Raw - Does That Affect My Pet Insurance?
Diet
I Feed Raw - Does That Affect My Pet Insurance?
Raw feeding has become increasingly popular over the last few years. Though its benefits remain unproven, the claims made by those who sell it can be alluring. If you feed your pet raw food (either as their main meal or…
February 9, 2022 • 93 shares
Do I need to vaccinate my pet to get insurance?
Pet Insurance
Do I need to vaccinate my pet to get insurance?
Getting your pet vaccinated is generally recommended, in order to protect your pet against serious, but preventable, disease. Getting pet insurance is also recommended, as you never know when your pet may require medical…
January 18, 2022 • 47 shares
7 Tips to get a better deal on dog insurance
Dogs
7 Tips to get a better deal on dog insurance
Pets quickly become part of your family. They demand love, care and affection, helping us to form strong relationships with them quickly. However, pets will also sometimes become ill and uncomfortable through no fault of…
January 9, 2022 • 18 shares
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