Pet insurance for older dogs, cats and rabbits
Protect your best friend with lifetime pet insurance
Together, you’ve been through so much. And with every walk, game, snuggle on the sofa, high and low, your bond deepens. You’d do anything for them. Get soaked walking in the rain, vacuum up endless hairs, wash muddy pawprints and plan your life around them. As they get older, there’s nothing more important than protecting that extraordinary bond – for the times when you need more than love to care for them.
But it can be tough to find a lifetime pet insurance policy, with the right level of cover, to protect your older dog, older cat, or older rabbit. And without pet insurance, the cost of any vet bills to care for your senior pet would be entirely down to you.
Why Agria Pet Insurance?
It can be tough to find a lifetime pet insurance policy, with the right level of cover, to protect your older dog, older cat, or older rabbit. And without pet insurance, the cost of any vet bills to care for your senior pet would be entirely down to you.
With no upper age limit for starting a lifetime policy with us, you can relax and enjoy many more happy, healthy years together with the reassurance that cover for vet fees is there, if you need it.
- No upper age limit
- We pay 97% of claims
- Lifetime pet insurance only, for the very best cover
- Up to £12,500 every year towards vets’ bills
- We are rated 5 star by Defaqto and Excellent on Trustpilot
- Trusted and recommended by over 40,000 vets, animal rescues and breeders
“Later in life, things can start to go wrong for pets, so having insurance is a huge help. For owners, it's the reassurance that their pet can access the veterinary care they may need for problems connected with old age, and for the pet, getting this care can mean a much happier and more comfortable retirement. A lifetime policy is best, as this will provide cover towards vets’ bills year after year. This can be a great help - especially in cases where a chronic condition develops - which is unfortunately common in senior pets.”
Robin Hargreaves MRCVS, our Senior Veterinary Advisor