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Accident Only Pet Insurance from £5* per month!

* Based on Dog Accident Only £1,000 cover.
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My dog has a lifetime illness which they paid out for her treatment a couple of years ago and I feel relaxed knowing they will continue to cover my dog for her condition going forward.
Charlotte - InsureYourPaws's Customer - 14th April 2020

 

What is Accident Only Pet Insurance?

Accident Only Pet Insurance is the most basic and economic policy you can get for your pet, whether it is a cat or dog. With this policy in place, you are covered for the costs of vet fees in the event your pet needs treatment for injuries due to an accident, including any illness resulting from this, up to 12 months or until it reaches the policy limit.

At InsureYourPaws.co.uk, Accident Only Pet Insurance also covers for third party liability (dogs only).

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Why Choose Us?
  • Award Winning Insurance Provider
  • Multi-Pet discount*
  • We Can/Will Pay Vets Directly
  • Choice of 3 Cover Levels
  • Easy Claims Process
  • No Extra Cost to Pay Monthly
  •     * may be subject to minimum premiums

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is Accident Only Pet Insurance worth it?

    Accident Only Pet Insurance gives you peace of mind that your pet will get proper treatment in case they get injured in an accident or if you become legally responsible for third-party liability for a mishap involving your dog.

    Although it is a good option for pet insurance, there are other more comprehensive cover levels available such as Lifetime Pet Insurance, which includes cover for reoccurring and ongoing illnesses throughout lifetime of your pet.

  • What is considered an accident for Pet Insurance?

    A sudden, unexpected, and unplanned event which occurs during the period of insurance, which causes bodily injury or death to your pet. Accidents usually include torn ligaments, bite wounds, cuts, broken bones, swallowed objects and toxic ingestions. Therefore, vet fees can be covered for x-rays, MRI, ultrasounds, bloodwork, sutures, medications, hospitalizations and surgery.

  • When should I buy Accident Only Pet Insurance?

    Accident Only Pet Insurance covers accidents that happen during the period of insurance. The sooner you insure your dog or cat, you can benefit from the cover greatly as puppies and kittens are more accident prone.

For long-term or recurring illness cover for your pet, choose Lifetime Pet Insurance. Get a Quote!

What does Accident-Only Pet Insurance Cover?

 
We can pay vets directly, so you don’t need to worry when your pet needs your full attention.

Compare Other Types of Pet Insurance

  • From £7 * per monthGet a Quote
    * Based on Maximum Benefit £2,000 cover for a 1 year old neutered female Yorkshire based in NP15.

Depending on the vet fee limit selected, cover can be provided for veterinary fees up to a maximum of £6,000, for each covered illness or injury subject to the renewal of the policy and the premiums being paid on time. Once the vet fee limit has been reached, that condition will no longer be covered.


  •   Veterinary Fees
  •   Third-Party Liability (Dogs Only)
  •   Accidental Death
  •   Emergency Boarding Kennel or Cattery Fees
  •   Theft or Straying
  •   Holiday Cancellation
  •   Lost & Found Ads
  •   Overseas Travel
  • From £9 * per monthGet a Quote
    * Based on Lifetime £ 5,000 cover for a 1 year old neutered female Small Mongrel based in NP15.

Depending on the vet fee limit selected, this reinstatement policy can provide cover for veterinary fees up to a maximum of £10,000 per policy year for all new covered illnesses or injuries. As long as the policy is renewed and premiums paid on time, it will provide cover for long-term or recurring illnesses for the subsequent period of insurance.


  •   Veterinary Fees
  •   Third-Party Liability (Dogs Only)
  •   Lifetime Cover
  •   Accidental Death
  •   Emergency Boarding Kennel or Cattery Fees
  •   Theft or Straying
  •   Holiday Cancellation
  •   Lost & Found Ads
  •   Overseas Travel

If you've got more than one cat or dog, you might want to consider a multi-pet policy **. You could cover multiple pets at the same time, qualify up to 10% discount and have all of your documents in one place!

** may be subject to minimum premiums