Rabbit Insurance - Benefits included in the policy

Our policy includes standard cover of up to £2,500 for vet’s fees. We only offer lifetime cover at Agria, so we will cover ongoing illnesses for the rest of your rabbit’s life.

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Included cover options

Option 1

(Lifetime cover)

Option 2

(Lifetime cover)

Veterinary fees– this is the amount we will pay towards veterinary fees each year. When you renew your policy the full benefit you have chosen is reinstated

£2,500

£1,500

Including: Complementary Treatment – such as physiotherapy or acupuncture

£750 per illness or injury

£750 per illness or injury

Including: Hydrotherapy

20 sessions per illness or injury

20 sessions per illness or injury

Including:
Clinical Diet
– food made to help with a specific illness or injury

50% of costs up to £200 per illness or injury

50% of costs up to £200 per illness or injury

Including:
Behavioural Disorders
– this is any change to your rabbit’s normal behaviour that is caused by a mental or emotional disorder

£200 per behavioural disorder

£200 per behavioural disorder

Advertising and reward

Help towards finding your lost or stolen rabbit including the cost of advertising and offering a reward.

£250

-

Travel expenses and accommodation

If your vet refers your rabbit to another vet for treatment the policy will pay out for travel and accommodation expenses each year.

£300

-

Death from illness or injury

The purchase price of your rabbit if they die or have to be put to sleep by a vet as the result of an illness or injury

£100

-

Boarding or daily minding fees

The cost to board your rabbit at a licensed premises or up to £5 per day for someone to look after your rabbit, if you or a member of your immediate family have to go into hospital for 3 or more days in a row

£250

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£25 voucher towards your rabbit’s annual healthcheck or vaccination

We’ll send you a £25 voucher, each and every year, to help with the cost of veterinary healthchecks and vaccinations

Yes

No

Free access to The Pet Health Helpline

Telephone advice line (03333 32 19 47) staffed by veterinary nurses if you have any concerns over your pet’s health. Available 24 hours a day throughout the year.

Yes

Yes