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Pet Insurance

Do I need Pet Insurance?

Having your beloved pet suffer an unexpected illness or injury is hugely stressful especially if it involves a long hospital stay or a potentially life threatening condition.  If you are like most people, your dog or cat is part of the family. So what happens if your family member has a life-threatening illness that you haven’t budgeted for?

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With developments in veterinary medicine these days we can offer an array of advanced therapies to get your family member well and healthy again.  No one wants to compromise on the level of treatment their pet gets but if a lot of care is required the bill may start to mount up alarmingly leaving you with difficult choices if the limits to what you can afford are reached.
Having insurance means that you don’t ever have to make a decision about your pet’s health based on finances and you will feel comfortable knowing that you are providing the best possible care for your pet at an already stressful time.

Please take out pet insurance before you need it!

We have taken a close look at all of the insurance policies available to pet owners in New Zealand and feel that Petplan provides the most comprehensive coverage at a competitive price.  We feel so strongly about insurance that we will provide 4 weeks cover for puppies and kittens under twelve  months of age  while you check out which policy will suit your needs best.

For full details please phone us at (09) 524 8361

Get a quote from Petplan today…

“We have been clients of Abbotts Way for many years and cannot praise them highly enough. On one occasion we had a very sick dog who would surely have died if it had not been for the love , care and attention she received, not only from the vets but the nurses too. At Abbotts Way they know we treat our dogs as part of our family and so do they.”

– Jason & Jackie Osborn, Kohimarama