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RSPCA urges owners to insure their pets

Pet insurance can help save thousands of pounds in vet fees
The RSPCA is raising awareness about the importance of pet insurance as owners reveal their own nightmare experiences.

The oldest and biggest animal welfare charity is raising awareness on the importance of insuring pets to help with the cost of those unexpected accidents and illnesses and avoid hefty vet bills, sometimes costing thousands of pounds.

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Caroline Allen with patient

The RSPCA is raising awareness about the importance of pet insurance as owners reveal their own nightmare experiences.

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The RSPCA is raising awareness about the importance of pet insurance as owners reveal their own nightmare experiences.

Endsleigh And Lets With Pets Encourage Pet Friendly Properties With New Insurance Policy

There is good news for devoted pet owners struggling to find rented accommodation with their best friends. A specialist insurance policy is available through Endsleigh Insurance Brokers and Dogs Trust, the UK’s largest dog welfare charity, to encourage more landlords to accept pets in their properties, making it easier for pet owners to rent with their pets.

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The World of Pet Health Insurance

By Nancy Kay, DVM

Veterinarian Nancy Kay discusses insuring your pets.
Nancy Kay is the author of Speaking for Spot. (http://www.speakingforspot.com/)
This article first appeared in Animal Chronicles the twice yearly community newspaper published by the Marin Humane Society. (http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/Press/chronicles.html)

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