Pet Insurance

Money should never be an issue when your pet requires treatment, but there is no doubt that high quality veterinary care can be expensive.

We hope your pet stays healthy, but consider whether you could handle a £2000 surprise veterinary bill. In the absence of a Pet National Health Service, pet owners can find that lifetime pet insurance is the best option. As a result, we recommend that all of our clients purchase a high-quality pet insurance policy. As a Vetsure-accredited practice, we promote the Vetsure range of insurance offerings.

As a recognised practice we benefit from active communication channels with the Vetsure team. This means that we can obtain pre-authorisation prior to starting treatment and can help make the claim process as easy as possible.


We promise to treat all of our customers and their pets how we would like to be treated – and how we would like our pets to be cared for.


We promise to only offer lifetime policies for our customers – we only want to offer policies that can support the lifelong treatment of accidents or illnesses.


We promise to settle your claims as quickly as possible – we have no desire to delay claims payment times and cause unnecessary ‘money stress’.


We promise to arrange vet fee payment directly with your Vetsure accredited practice – that way you only have to pay the excess at the time of treatment.


We promise to work hard to support your vet practice when they are treating your pet – so that they can focus on giving the best clinical care to your pet.

Get 5 weeks absolutely free!*

In addition, as a fully certified Vetsure practise, we will provide our clients with free 5 weeks of coverage.

Simply choose the level of coverage you want and you’ll get the first five weeks for free. If you’re happy, your cover will proceed without interruption! Click the button below to activate your 5 Weeks Free cover online, or call the friendly team at Vetsure on 0800 050 2022.

*you must contact Vetsure to activate your cover.

Cover for accidents starts immediately once your free trial has been activated.


There is a 14 day ‘waiting period’ for illness conditions – meaning illness conditions occurring or showing clinical signs during this period will be excluded. For more information visit