Pet Plan Reviews
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Newest Review: ... However over the period of treatment she had oxygen therapy, blood tests, blood transfusion, scans and in-hospital treatment. All in all the vets bills for five days were over £2000!!! Because we were with Petplan and the vet could make a direct claim all we had to do was fill in our details and policy number and pay the excess and they took care of the rest. A real relief when you are ... more
Customer Pet Plan Reviews (34)
by - written on 01/11/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As a breeder of Maine Coons having good insurance in place is absolutely essential as vets bills can soon mount up. Luckily we have had little cause to use it, touch wood! However three years ago we had a young cat diagnosed with IMHA (a type of anaemia) where her white blood cells attacked and destroyed the red. Sadly despite extensive and intensive treatment she passed away a few days later. However over the period of treatment she had oxygen therapy, blood tests, blood transfusion, scans and in-hospital treatment. All in all the vets bills for five days were over £2000!!! Because we were with Petplan and the vet could make a direct claim all we had to do was ... Read the complete review
by Janet Pack - written on 17/06/13
My cat was from a rescue centre and came with 4 weeks free Petplan. she was ill with gastro enteritis as soon as we got her and nearly died clocking up a £486 bill for hospitalisation, IV fluids etc.She was then hit by a car a year later and now at 9 years old Petplan have paid out over £9000 in claims, always without question or doubt. I have had 3 other pets all with Petplan and each claim has gone through quickly and been paid promptly. I would strongly recommend them to anyone with a cat. My policy has never gone up by much and my excess has this year just increased from £70 to £100 due to cats age.
by - written on 04/05/12
Do not use this insurance. They would not pay out for our basset hound who has lymphoma. They have made every excuse in their policy to get out of paying for her treatment. There all good at taking your money but as soon as a problem occurs they don't want to know.
by tell the truth - written on 26/03/11
Petplan is worthless. Don't just lose money.When my healthy dog got sick they rejected a claim and didn't pay with incomprehensible reason. I just lost my money.
by - written on 16/02/11
WHEN I POSTED MY EARLIER REVIEW ABOUT PET PLAN I INADVERTANTLY GAVE IT A FOUR STAR RATING!!! TO SUBMIT THIS REVIEW I AM FORCED TO GIVE A ONE RATING.OBVIOUSLY I CAN ONLY RATE PET PLAN A ZERO AFTER OUR EXPERIENCE. FROM WHAT I HAVE READ IN THE REVIEWS ON THIS COMPANY THERE ARE MANY WHO FEEL THE SAME. FROM THE £275 CLAIM WE ONLY RECEIVED THE MEAGER SUM OF £125. DUE TO THE EXTRA EXCESS OF 20%. LEVIED BECAUSE THE CAT WAS OVER TEN.HAVING PAID OUT PROBABLY THOUSANDS IT SEEMS VERY UNJUST ON HOW THEY APPLY THEIR POLICIES.RIP OF BRITAIN IT CERTAINLY IS. WHAT ABOUT THOSE ON LIMITED INCOMES AND THE ELDERLY.BUSINESS IS BUSINESS BUT WHAT HAPPENED TO THE TERM 'FAIR TRADING'?