DOG INSURANCE FROM £4.62 PER MONTH AND CAT INSURANCE FROM £3.49*
As a nation of animal lovers, many of us own more than one pet. Multi Pet insurance can make it easier to manage all of your pet insurance policies with one provider. Many providers also offer discounts for doing so, meaning you can find the right level of cover for your pets at a great price.
We can provide options for various levels of cover for most breeds of dogs and cats, giving you peace of mind knowing your four legged loved ones are protected.
In the event of an accident or illness, insurance will ensure you have the right level of cover for your four legged friend, leaving you to focus on getting them fit and well and not on unexpected bills.
WHY CHOOSE GO GET IT...
Choose from a wide range of pet cover levels for cats and dogs from a panel of leading UK pet insurers, saving you time and money.
- No upper age limit
- Puppy and kitten cover from 8 weeks old
- Range of cover levels from Accident Only to Lifetime Cover
- Multi Pet discount is available from many providers
- Cover from £1,000 up to £10,000 per year
- Overseas travel cover
- Emergency boarding
- Complementary medicine
- Special diets
- Third Party Legal Liability (Dogs only) up to £2 million
The types of cover our insurers provide
Accident Only policies
Cover for vet fees for unexpected injury. Accident Only policies meet the demands and needs of a pet owner who wants to cover accidents and injuries only.
Time Limited policies
New conditions are covered for 12 months. Time Limited policies meet the demands and needs of a pet owner who wants to cover the cost of veterinary treatment for 12 months only for each illness or injury.
Maximum Benefit policies
No time limit for new conditions during policy. Maximum Benefit policies meet the demands and needs of a pet owner who wants to cover the costs of any veterinary treatment up to a specified limit for each accident or illness.
Lifetime/Covered for Life policies
New conditions covered, even at renewal. Lifetime policies meet the demands and needs of a pet owner who wants peace of mind that the ongoing costs of any veterinary treatment for illnesses and injuries are covered during the life of their pet.
DID YOU KNOW...
It’s official, the UK LOVES pets and with 45% of households owning a pet in 2018 we feel it’s our duty at Go Get it to provide an insurance policy to suit your household.
- 45% of households own a pet
- 4 million individuals in the UK have pet insurance
- 5 million Dogs owned
- 8 million Cats owned
- £4.2 million annual spend on veterinary & other pet services in 2017
- £418.50 annual premium for a crossbreed dog on a Lifetime policy in 2017
- £840 estimated annual cost of keeping a small dog
- £1,260 estimated annual cost of keeping a large dog
- £357.65 annual premium for a shorthair cat on a Lifetime policy in 2017
- £840 estimated annual cost of keeping a cat
- 62% of Vets believe pet insurance should be compulsory
Data courtesy of Statista
* 10% of customers achieved this price for Accident Only insurance based on www.gogetit.insure between August - October 2018
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Most policies will have a waiting period, typically lasting from several days to several weeks, that excludes claims being made at the beginning of the policy. This is to prevent fraudulent claims being submitted for an incident or condition that may have started prior to the inception of the insurance policy. In some cases insurers may have a different waiting period that applies separately to claims for Accidents and Illnesses. Please check your providers’ policy terms & conditions for details.
Charges for amending or cancelling a policy may vary between Pet Insurance providers. Please refer to your insurers Terms of Business for details about their charges and fees.
No, the product offerings vary dramatically. This is both in terms of the monetary (£) benefit limits as well as the method in which limits are made available and/or renewable (see below).
- Accident only – Covers vets fees following an accident/injury only (but not illness) up to the policy benefit/limit per condition
- 12 Month / Time limited – Covers vets fees following an accident, injury & illness up to the policy benefit/limit per condition for the first 12 months from the on-set of the condition
- Maximum benefit / Benefit limited - Covers vets fees following an accident, injury & illness up to the policy benefit/limit per condition with no onward time limit
- Lifetime - Lifetime refers to the ability to renew the contract (policy) each year and when you renew the level of cover resets.
If your pet’s total veterinary treatment in the policy year exceed the limit applicable for your chosen level of cover there will be no further cover until the renewal of the policy when the cover resets. So long as you keep your policy renewed, the premiums paid up to date and the insurer invites renewal, there is no limit on how long you can claim for each illness or injury. The Lifetime policies do not provide cover for treatment that occurs after the policy is lapsed or cancelled. Please read your policy terms and conditions for further information. Ongoing cover is subject to the ongoing payment of premium. The policies do not provide cover for treatment that occurs after the policy is lapsed or cancelled. Please see your policy terms and conditions for further information. For further details around pet insurance product definitions, please visit the Association of British Insurers (ABI) website.
The ABI have written a very helpful ‘Pet Insurance Consumer Guide’ (please use the below link): https://www.abi.org.uk/products-and-issues/choosing-the-right-insurance/pet-insurance-guide/types-of-pet-insurance-policy/