Pet Insurance

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Innovations in veterinary medicine and surgery seen huge advancements in treatments for your pet, but some of these procedures can be costly. Emergency veterinary treatment can be a real financial strain on your family. Pet insurance mainly provides cover for veterinary fees if your pet is injured or becomes ill. It lets you consider all treatment options without worrying about the cost.

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What types of pet insurance policies are available?

The cover provided by different products can vary considerably, ranging from accident-only policies to lifetime cover policies. You should choose the type of product and the level of cover to meet your needs.

What is not covered?

All policies will have some exclusions:

  • The most common being pre-existing conditions (those your pet has already suffered from before the insurance is taken out),
  • Anything related to pregnancy or birth and any routine, preventative or planned treatments (such as vaccinations, spaying and so on).
  • Most policies have medical exclusion waiting periods from the start of a policy which range from 10 to 30 days.

Options

Reception has comparison information of insurance companies and are happy to discuss the basics of insurance for your pet. Click the link below to download a quick summary of some of what the insurance policies offer and their contact details.

Moorabbin Veterinary Hospital and the Australian Veterinary Association do not endorse any particular pet insurance scheme or company.

Pet insurance products

Moorabbin Veterinary Hospital and the Australian Veterinary Association do not endorse any particular pet insurance scheme or company.

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