Free £10 voucher
Do your friends have pets to insure? Refer them and Animal Friends will give you a £10 voucher for it. T&Cs apply.
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|23 Oct 2019||Free £10 voucher||********|
|23 Oct 2019||Get your policy and see part of the money donated to charity||********|
|23 Oct 2019||Manage all your policies from one place||********|
Refer a friend and you’ll both get a £10 voucher when they take out a policy.
Animal Friends accident only cover
This covers the cost of vet fees due to accidents, up to £2,500 per accident. This does not extend to illnesses, diseases or pre-existing conditions.
Animal Friends time limited cover
You can get annual cover for illness, disease and existing conditions, up to £4,000 per condition.
Animal Friends max benefit cover
Your pet will be covered for specific accidents, illnesses and conditions up to an agreed limit. Once the limit is reached, your pet will no longer be covered for that condition. This does not cover pre-existing conditions.
Animal Friends lifetime cover
The most comprehensive level of insurance, this offers continuous cover for accidents and illness, with the cover limit resetting each year.
Animal Friends horse insurance
Animal Friends also offers policies to cover horses, including rider and mature horse insurance.
If you need to make a claim, you can get a claim form via the Animal Friends website. You will need to print off and fill out the form, give it to your vet to complete, then send it back to Animal Friends.
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