The Pet Insurance

Guide 2016

Independent Unbiased Information
for Fellow Pet Owners
As Featured On BBC1's Rip Off Britain Consumer Programme

Preventative Treatment

preventative treatmentPet insurance policies will generally not pay for preventative treatment.

Preventative treatments include vaccinations, flea and worming treatments, spaying to prevent mammary tumours or false pregnancy, etc.

Many policies require that you ensure your pet has whatever preventative treatment is recommended by your vet at your own expense.   Claims which arise as a result of you failing to have the recommended preventative treatment are likely to be rejected. 

 

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