Although I was panicking about my dog's current situation, I found the staff with this company were very caring and helpful with all my questions. They were willing to get to know my dog and I, which some companies don't feel that way.
Questions & Answers
What is the $4000 broken limbs sub limit?
Sub-limited amounts indicate the maximum amount claimable in respect of the specific sub-limit. The $4000 sub-limit applies to any orthopaedic conditions, which includes any conditions related to your pet's bones, muscle, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and joints. This means that each policy period we pay up to a maximum of $4000 for eligible veterinary expenses that fall within this category.
If you have any further questions or would like clarification about the sub-limits, please do not hesitate to contact us.
|Other Insurance Types Offered||Car, Health, Home and Contents, Landlord, Life, Motorcycle and Travel|
|Underwriter||Auto & General Services|
|Annual Benefit Limit||$12,000|
|Amount of Vet Bill Covered||Up to 80%|
|Minimum Pet Age||8 weeks|
|Accidental Injury Cover||Included|
|Routine Care Cover||Not Included|
|Emergency Boarding Fees||Not Included|
|Lifetime Cover||Not Included|
|Cooling Off Period||21 Days|
|Cruciate Ligament Conditions||$2,600|
|Waiting Period for Illness||30 Days|
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