The Guide to Protecting Your Life Bubble

Insuring Multi Pet Households.

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Pets can be the heart of the home, and with 48% of households in the UK as of 2012 owning at least one pet, it is obviously a popular trend. However, many of these owners are not limited to the ownership of just one pet. With pet insurance a massive industry nowadays, multi pet insurance policies can be a fantastic way to save money when insuring the beloved additions to your family. Insuring your animal friends against mishap can alleviate the strain caused by an unexpected and unforeseen occurrence in their life. With so many technological advances in the world of veterinary medicine and therefore so many treatments now available, the financial strain caused by the bills can be covered by an insurance policy in order to give you peace of mind. Policies range from same species ones, to multi species multi pet, and all depend on what you are looking for. Read on for some more information and advice about multi pet insurance policies, and whether they are suitable for you.
PRO’S

Having just the one policy for multiple pets does really simplify things in that you will only have the one insurance premium to pay and will only have to deal with the one insurance company.

Multi pet insurance policies are not limited to species, and usually you will be able to mix and match as it were for your pet policy, depending on which species.

Having a multi pet policy can work out more economically in the long term, especially if the pets concerned are of similar age and breed.

You will only have the one insurance form to fill in; although it may be lengthy, it is surely simpler than repeating the same process possibly even with different companies.
CON’S

Some species will be more difficult to cover in the same policy than others. For example it is practically impossible that you will be able to insure a horse and a cat under the same insurance policy.

Investigate that this will be the most economical way to insure your pets. This will mean getting quotes for various types of policy, however it is better to make the effort now than to be out of pocket later. It is possible, depending on what pets, that individual policies are the best option.

Harsh as it sounds, if you have pets of wildly differing ages, it is likely that it will be best to insure the older pet separately as otherwise it will push the monthly premium right up.

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You will definitely gain peace of mind in knowing that all of your pets are insured in the best way against injury, illness and other unforeseen events. Multi pet insurance offers you the chance to insure your pets in the simplest way possible, so it is well worth investigating to see if this is the best policy route for you and your pets.

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