Friday, 31 July 2009

Is your pet insured? It does make sense

We are all cutting back a bit now, saving on this and that. If you have a cat or dog it could suddenly become ill, or have an accident and this can cost a great deal of money.

For a small monthly payment why not have peace of mind.

Your dog or cat is a member of your family and just as you would look after your "human family's" health so you should with your four legged family friends. Unfortunately vets' bills can be very costly and unlike the rest of your family There is no NHS for your pet! A 24 hour stay in a vets can cost in excess of £240.00!

If your dog were to run out into the road and cause an accident, or accidentally cause damage to someone else's property you would be liable for paying compensation to the injured parties.

Cats are always able to get themselves into scrapes. But sometimes they can pick up severe injuries and require veterinary care, which can be prohibitively expensive.

Looking after a sick or injured animal can cost hundreds of £££s in vet bills. And even thousands if they develop a long-term illness. Which is why you need to make sure you've got sufficient cover.

Some insurance providers also include holiday cancellation cover should anything happen to your pet and you can't go away and help towards the cost of advertising and rewards should your pet be lost.

There is a great little Pets Insurance site called Take a look and view the various advertisers products.

If you love your pet you should make sure he or she has insurance.

1 comment:

mogy said...

oh i have my insurance

and really you have a good blog

and plz visit my own and give me your opinion