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Kennel Club Pet Insurance

The Kennel Club are the oldest kennel club in the world and regulate many dog activities in the UK. They describe themselves as "UK’s largest organisation dedicated to protecting and promoting the health and welfare of all dogs".

The Kennel Club pet insurance policies are underwritten by Agria International Forsakring AB.

Agria, a Swedish company, describe themselves as "one of the world's leading animal insurers specialising in small animal and equine insurance."

Pet Insurance Policies

The Kennel Club have a single lifetime annual benefit pet insurance policy with a choice of £5,000 or £10,000 annual cover.

These are comprehensive policies which include diet food, dental work, behavioural therapy and cremation fees.

Vet fees and third party liability cover are included as standard. Other benefits are optional.

You can choose to pay a percentage of vet fees and/or a higher excess in return for a lower premium.

Customer Reviews

The average claims satisfaction score for Kennel Club Pet Insurance is 4.5 /5. Read customer reviews.

Current Policies Available

This is a list of current policies. Click on the policy name for full details and a link to the reviews.
 NameTypeVet FeesCover ScorePrice Band 
Kennel Club £7,500 PolicyLifetime Annual Benefit£ 7,50077%£££££ 
Kennel Club £15,000 PolicyLifetime Annual Benefit£ 15,00092%£££££ 

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Disclaimer

Please note that pet insurance terms often change. Whilst we will do our best to keep this website up to date you must check with the appropriate insurer before making any decisions. If you find any mistakes on this website please do let us know so we can correct it for the benefit of future visitors. Many thanks!

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