Cats and Dogs Pet Insurance Guide
Any pet owner will tell you that cute little kittens and puppies soon grow up, eating into your budget, as well as your furniture, stores and time.
It's not as easy to cope with the unexpected. When your pet falls ill, or has an accident, you soon realise just how expensive veterinary treatment can be.
If you're lucky, you'll escape with just one consultation fee and a small prescription, but if your pet needs prolonged treatment, x-rays, surgery, or specialist attention, you'll be the one left feeling out of pocket.
Veterinary treatment can easily run into hundreds of pounds and
sometimes thousands of pounds, depending upon the problem. No amount
of careful budgeting can prepare you for this short, sharp, shock
and the majority of pet owners really can't say 'no' when the health
of their favorite companion is at stake.
How to Get Your Best Quote
The best thing you can do is checkout a specialist broker. They
should be able to find you the best prices and also the most appropriate
deals ie where someone has read the small print.
Always get THREE quotes. And don't forget: if you go direct to
an insurance provider they'll only tell you about their own "products".