Kennel Club Pet Insurance

Ranked

#1
1 of 18 insurers by customers

Read customer reviews for The Kennel Club Pet Insurance which offer health insurance for dogs underwritten by Agria Pet Insurance Ltd. They offer Lifetime Pet Health Insurance cover for vet fees of either £15,000 per year or £7,500 per year while the policy is active. Policies also cover third party liability, advertising costs if your pet is lost and a contribution to your travel or accommodation costs if your pet is referred to another vet for treatment. The Kennel Club can pay your vet direct if your vet agrees. You can add Overseas Travel Cover, Death and Loss Cover, Boarding Fees Cover and Breeding Risks Cover for an extra charge. 97% claims are paid. Over 95% of our customers would recommend us to friends and family.

Reviews

4.6
  • 925 reviews
  • Excellent
    77% Complete
    77%
  • Very Good
    14% Complete
    14%
  • Average
    4% Complete
    4%
  • Poor
    1% Complete
    1%
  • Terrible
    4% Complete
    4%
Coverage

The Kennel Club offer Lifetime Pet Health Insurance policies for dogs and cats with either £7,500 or £15,000 of total cover for vet fees annually. The plan covers any conditions or accidents up to the annual limit each year for as long as the policy is renewed. They pay vets directly, cremation and burial are covered, and they cover Dental treatment needed as a result of illness and injury. There is Breeding cover and there are no restrictions on the vets you use. The policies offer continuous lifetime cover and there are excess options and a £25 vet care voucher . There are no limits on the number of conditions claimed for within a year.

Excess

You have the choice of £95 or £160 excess per condition each year for dogs. You pay 10% of vet costs once the excess is deducted.

Age Limits

From 8 weeks. Max age limit depends on species and breed.

Waiting Period

Illness - 10 days when you first buy your policy.

Additional Policy Information
Can they pay your vet direct?

Yes, this can be arranged.

Please note

Policies are subject to exclusions and conditions so please always consult the insurer's policy documents before you buy. 

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Company info

The Kennel Club offer health insurance for pets underwritten by Agria Pet Insurance Ltd. They offer Lifetime Pet Health Insurance cover for vet fees of either £15,000 per year or £7,500 per year while the policy is active.  Policies also cover third party liability, advertising costs if your pet is lost and a contribution to your travel or accommodation costs if your pet is referred to another vet for treatment. The Kennel Club can pay your vet direct if your vet agrees. You can add Overseas Travel Cover, Death and Loss Cover, Boarding Fees Cover and Breeding Risks Cover for an extra charge.   97% claims are paid. Over 95% of our customers would recommend us to friends and family.

The Kennel Club Pet Insurance Reviews

By:
Sheri Dolman
Posted: 28/09/2020
1

Been with Kennel Club 5 years (Pug is only 5) made 2 claims but no claims in the last 3 years. Renewal price 2020 has gone up £200 pounds! No loyalty to lifetime customers. £800+ a year for a small breed healthy dog! Worst is once u make a claim you can't...

Breed

Pug

Species:
Dog
By:
Terence Lloyd
Posted: 21/09/2020
1

This review is based on the helpline they provide for a 247 vet nurse. Every time I call to ask advice they direct me back to the vet so, therefore, I wonder why I'm paying for this service?

My dog recently gave birth and had no underline health issues...

Breed

Border Terrier

Species:
Dog
By:
Jules
Posted: 25/08/2020

Recommended
by reviewer

3

No problems with insurance but beginning to be quite expensive .. Renewal due and price increased by £90 taking into £410 For a 2 year old Golden Retriever with no existing medical conditions

Breed

Mixed Breed

Species:
Dog
By:
Lynne Pollock
Posted: 12/08/2020

Recommended
by reviewer

5

My dog ripped his cruciate ligament and the vet said it was the worst displacement of a leg he has seen. Called the Kennel Club and they were so empathetic and told me steps to follow. Claim was reviewed and paid out in full. Now my dogs is having issues...

Breed

Lhasa Apso

Species:
Dog