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    Default Pet insurance

    Hi all, just wondering if anyone has pet insurance and which you recommend and why?

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    We have medibank pet insurance was recommended by a few people. We have made 2 significant claims ( nearly $10,000) and have had 80% covered as per our policy.

    They have been very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    We have medibank pet insurance was recommended by a few people. We have made 2 significant claims ( nearly $10,000) and have had 80% covered as per our policy.

    They have been very good.
    Thank you! This is the one I'm currently leaning towards

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    We also went with medibank after some research. Amazingly we haven't had to use it (we have a golden retriever who made herself sick multiple times eating things she shouldn't!)...

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    Pretty sure we will be going with Medibank.


 

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