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    Hi guys

    I am looking to get my little girl insured, just in case, and god forbid the worse should happen

    I just wondered whether any of you knew of the best insurers? I have looked at the usual supects and do get a little baffled by all the jargon!!! I am a simple soul

    Ta v muchly

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    i use petplan and even with the confusion over dentals i think its worth it.. my vet also recommend them and have leaflets for a free month when you join..maybe your vets have the same thing?

    ive not really paid much attention to any other ones tbh

    Alvin my precious angel is no longer living with me *sad face*
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    ah good question, i'd like to see the answers to this too

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnamt View Post
    i use petplan and even with the confusion over dentals i think its worth it.. my vet also recommend them and have leaflets for a free month when you join..maybe your vets have the same thing?

    ive not really paid much attention to any other ones tbh
    Thats who I hve had a quote with. When you say confusion about dentals. sorry what do you mean?

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    petplan have the best coverage as far as I am concerned.
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    +1 for PetPlan

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    hmmm, looking good for petplan then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shellypops View Post
    Thats who I hve had a quote with. When you say confusion about dentals. sorry what do you mean?
    well the other day some people said petplan pay but personally i had a goodwill payment and then they wont pay anymore.

    its probably too common to cover.

    i think as long as bunnies have regular checks and they need teeth removing and stuff that is covered, but trimming and filing spurs are not, but possible could be

    good thing about petplan its a forlife policy.. so even if an illness runs over a few years you are covered... some policies only cover for one year then never pay up again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnamt View Post
    well the other day some people said petplan pay but personally i had a goodwill payment and then they wont pay anymore.

    its probably too common to cover.

    i think as long as bunnies have regular checks and they need teeth removing and stuff that is covered, but trimming and filing spurs are not, but possible could be

    good thing about petplan its a forlife policy.. so even if an illness runs over a few years you are covered... some policies only cover for one year then never pay up again..
    ahhh okay, yeah I did notice that part in the policy details, and wondered what it meant Thanks for enlightening me

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