PDSA Reviews - Pet Insurance

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PDSA Reviews

Reviews

152

Review Score

3.96/10

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Reviews

152

Review Score

3.96/10

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Pricing

Price band

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Quotes our team received:

4-year old Labrador Retriever: £27.80
3-year old Bengal: £11.25

Our team have received a quote based on Buster, a 4-year old Labrador Retriever dog and Tinks, a 3-year old Bengal cat.

Benefits of PDSA pet insurance

  • Their Ultimate and Ultimate Plus policies are rated 5 Star by Defaqto
  • The choice of 5 policies to suit every budget
  • 24/7 access to a veterinary expert through PDSA petanswer™
  • Option to pay your vet directly

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About PDSA pet insurance

PDSA was founded in 1917 by welfare pioneer, Maria Dickin CBE. They’re the UK’s leading veterinary charity and they also offer pet insurance to help protect you and your pet, should the worst happen. Caring for animals is at the heart of what they do, that’s why their policies have been specially selected by vets to give you peace of mind that you’re covered and don’t need to worry about costs on top of your bet being ill.

Frequently asked questions

What policies does PDSA offer?

You can choose from 5 levels of PDSA pet insurance cover to suit both your budget and your pet’s individual needs; Classic, Advance, Advance Plus, Ultimate and Ultimate Plus.

How do I make a claim?

You can download the claims form from the PDSA website. Fill in the relevant sections, get your vet to fill in the sections relevant to them, sign it and send it back. Your vet will also need to attach any invoices and your pet’s full clinical history for PDSA to review.

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