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Question about timing of changing insurers...

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Panicmode1 Mon 22-Feb-16 18:22:20

Silly question I know, but I'm having my dog spayed next Monday and it's also the day that my insurance is due to expire. They are doubling my premium and so I want to move, but obviously any new insurer will have a two week exclusion - I know that they don't cover the spay itself, but if the dog for example picked up an infection or any complications, presumably that would be covered on insurance - am I better off waiting for a week or so after the spay before moving insurers or am I worrying over nothing?!

EasyToEatTiger Tue 23-Feb-16 20:30:04

Most insurance companies won't cover a neutering operation. If your does, stay with them. Usually it works well. Frankly I am dreading getting our leaky bitch spayed. She's now 14 months old. There are lots of helpful dog insurance websites and you can insure from A&E, 3rd party, to any condition your dog may or may not come across. If you are prepared to insure for any evenutuality expect to pay ££££. It comes down to what you are prepared to pay for and what you are prepared to put your animal through.

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