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Pet Insurance

Rat

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My daughter has it with her Frenchie, Tesco was the best deal at the time for ongoing conditions

Which is lucky as she had he back leg realigned at about £3500 and now has to have the other leg done in February and is still covered
 

digi247

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I have it on my Frenchie (Male) had his nose and soft palette fixed under this but have since learned that 90% of vets will increase the price of surgery if they know your animal has pet insurance, Not saying all of them do it but a few other owners i know in the Frenchie circle have told me there dog has had the same surgery at a 3rd of the price so it does make me wonder if they inflate the cost due to insurance.

Personally wont be renewing mine due to cost (monthly) i would rather save the amount and have it on standby instead
 

Cressi

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And theres my dilemma. Put the money away each month or pay the insurance ( 45 per month ). Or insure while he's still young and daft and reassess when he's a bit older.
 

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