Not sure which type of policy you should you get for your pet? This guide will help you understand the differences between our Lifetime and Time limited cover.
Time limited pet insurance
Time limited cover is designed for pet owners wanting a pet policy that covers the essentials. It will cover your pet for short-term illnesses and injuries, and can be a good option for owners of older pets with pre-existing conditions.
Our Time limited pet insurance offers many benefits, including 10 sessions for each complementary treatment therapy type, per illness/injury (within the vet fee max benefit/time limit)This also includes shockwave and laser therapy. We also offer up to £2 million, per incident, liability to other people for injury and property damage cover, if your dog has injured someone or caused damage to someone's property.
LV= Time limited pet insurance will only cover a condition up to the policy limit shown on your policy schedule for maximum of 12 months, even if it occurs again a few years later. As soon as either the monetary limit or time limit has been reached, all cover for that condition stops and there is no more cover available for that condition. This condition will then be known as a pre-existing condition.