Vetsure

Ranked

#2
2 of 18 insurers by customers

Vetsure offers customers award winning pet insurance options with the ability to tailor the cover to suit their pets and budget. Founded by a vet, Vetsure strives to provide simple to understand pet insurance options so their customers can make informed choices. All policies are 'lifelong' (per condition / pet year recharging benefitis). An Accident Only policy is available plus two Accident & Illness polcies. You can select an Excess amount to suit you and choose to add up to three optional covers depending on on your needs. With a growing network of accredited vets and consultants you are encouraged to use their in-network vets to keep your costs down and be assured of a quality service, but you are free to use any vet. You can also nominate your vet to join the network.

Reviews

4.8
  • 155 reviews
  • Excellent
    90% Complete
    90%
  • Very Good
    6% Complete
    6%
  • Average
    2% Complete
    2%
  • Poor
    1% Complete
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  • Terrible
    1% Complete
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Coverage

Vetsure offers three Lifelong Cover polices. You can choose between an Accident only policy offering £2,000 cover per Accident or Injury each policy year or two Accident and Illness policy options offering either £2,000 or £5,000 vet fee cover per condition, per policy year. Their policies provide some cover for Complementary Medicine, Death of Pet and Transportation Costs as standard, with the Accident and Illness policies also providing cover for loss or straying as standard with cost of advertising and reward included. Their Accident only policy does not cover conditions with an underlying medical cause such as cruciate ligament rupture or patella luxation. Optional additional benefits are available for an additional cost: 1) Preventative Care Vouchers; 2) Additional Benefits Cover package:Emergency Boarding, Holiday Cancellation, Accidental Damage, Personal Accident, Dog Walker and Overseas Travel cover; 3) Public Liability (for dogs only)

Excess

£69, £109 or £149 options plus £20 extra if if customer chooses to have pet treated at a vet outside the Vetsure network. For Accident and Illness policies you also pay a 15% co-payment on all costs over and above the excess for pets over 8 years of age.

Age Limits

8 weeks to less than 10 years at the start of cover.

Waiting Period

N/A on Accident only, 14 days on Accident and Illness policies.

Additional Policy Information
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

Vetsure offers customers award winning pet insurance options with the ability to tailor the cover to suit their pets and budget. Founded by a vet, Vetsure strives to provide simple to understand pet insurance options so their customers can make informed choices. All policies are 'lifelong' (per condition / pet year recharging benefits). An Accident Only policy is available plus two Accident & Illness policies. You can select an Excess amount to suit you and choose to add up to three optional covers depending on on your needs. With a growing network of accredited vets and consultants you are encouraged to use their in-network vets to keep your costs down and be assured of a quality service, but you are free to use any vet. You can also nominate your vet to join the network.

Vetsure

Insurer: Vetsure
By:
Maggies owner
Posted: 10/12/2013
5

Maggie my Old English Sheepdog had a seed in her paw which the vet took out. I could not have afforded the complete cost but Vetsure covered almost all of it, I only paid a small amount. She is now completely healed and I am very careful to avoid long...

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Insurer: Vetsure
By:
Bobbys Owner
Posted: 10/12/2013
5

I have two cocker spaniel puppies. Both of which were ill with sickness and diarrhea, an unpronounceable virus. Scamp recovered reasonable quickly, poor little bobby had lots of tests and vet visits. It was very worrying and expensive. Vetsure and my vet...

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Insurer: Vetsure
By:
Oscars Mum
Posted: 08/11/2013
4

My Cocker Spaniel Oscar was diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma on the 1st December 2011. His prognosis was very poor but as he was insured his vet referred him to North Downs Specialist Referrals. He had major surgery to remove the cancer and metastases in his...

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