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Posted: 14/11/2008

Increase in pet poisonings reported

UK pet owners are being urged to prevent access to medications following a large increase in pet poisoning reports according to Marks and Spencer pet insurance.

The growing problem of pet poisonings has resulted in a 34% year-on-year increase in reported cases to Vetfone, a 24-hour advice line available to M&S Pet Insurance policy holders.

One of the major increases of Full Story


Posted: 1/2/2008

New Post Office pet insurance policy launched

The Post Office has today increased it's growing range of financial services products with the addition of a new pet insurance policy.

Underwritten by Axa, Post office pet insurance is designed to meet the real needs of UK cat and dog owners with a comprehensive policy that covers vet bills up to a maximum of £5,000 per condition. With the majority of pet insurance Full Story


Posted: 6/1/2008

Marks and Spencer Pet Insurance Gets Added Benefits

Marks and Spencer Pet Insurance is being overhauled with changes designed to give customers greater choice and control over their cover.

A new Premier plan has replaced the existing policy and is available to new customers and existing customers at renewal plus a Standard policy for pet-owners who need a more basic policy but still require the protection of lifetime cover.

Marks & Spencer was the first high street retailer to offer lifetime cover on pet insurance for cats and Full Story


Posted: 29/3/2007

Sainsbury's Bank reveals the cost of owning a pedigree pet

Research by Sainsburys Pet Insurance has shown that the cost of owning a pedigree pet can be up to 34% more expensive than a cross-breed.

The supermarket bank found that a pedigree dog owner will typically spend around £537 a year compared with £430 for cross-breeds, and pedigree cat owners £427 compared with £319 for Full Story


Posted: 4/5/2006

UK pet owners trust their vet more than hospital doctors

A survey released by Pet Plan Pet Insurance, the UK's largest pet insurer has found that UK pet owners trust the advice and knowledge of their local vet more than doctors at their local hospital.

The results are released as Petplan is asking people all over the UK to nominate deserving candidates for any of the four categories in the Petplan Veterinary Awards Full Story


Posted: 21/10/2005

More pets suffering from food intolerances

A new study by More Than Pet Insurance reveals that an increasing number of UK pets are suffering from food intolerances and allergies.

Almost 10% of pets suffer from food intolerances, mirroring the trend amongst humans estimated at 40-45% of the population. Contrary to popular belief, food intolerance is likely to be associated with the food that is most commonly eaten. Full Story



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