(PRWEB UK) 27 September 2012
With consumers battling against confusing pet insurance policies, Insure My Pet has produced a short and simple guide to pet insurance.
"Looking at the feedback we had from our customers," said managing director David Quick, "it was clear that a lot of our time, and theirs, was spent explaining the various different levels of pet insurance."
Although at first glance pet insurance may seem simple, there are four distinct levels of cover widely available and it's vital that animal lovers are aware of the differences between them. If the wrong product is bought, pet owners can find that they are not covered in a particular situation, usually just after an incident that's made a vet's visit necessary. Then there are others who might be paying extra cash for unnecessary cover.
Many of the more cost-effective policies won't cover chronic or longer-lasting conditions, which is fine as long as the owner is aware of the restrictions and is happy to cover some of the costs of treatment and overnight stays.
Also many people are unaware that pet insurance can help families with the effects of pet problems. A good example of this is an option which compensates for cancelled holidays if a pet is taken seriously ill or injured.
To combat the confusion Insure My Pet has put together a 4-page guide that can be downloaded from http://www.insuremypet.co.uk
"Whether people buy their pet insurance through us or not we want to make sure people know what they are buying," said David.
Notes to editors:
Insure My Pet is a trading name of CETA Insurance Limited (CETA). Established in 1993, CETA sells a wide variety of insurance products to consumers and businesses, both direct and through its network of brokers and affiliates. Products include: buildings and contents, commercial, mortgage protection, life assurance, liability, legal protection, travel, pet and motor.
Oxfordshire-based CETA writes over 7,000 policies each month.
Contact: Adrian Waters, CETA Insurance: 01608 647627