If you have two buns they each would be covered separately, so you would have to get two accounts but I am sure they would have a "multi-pet discount or something. Our dog policy does that.I’ll give it a try it seems pretty good. Also sorry for your loss If i have two rabbits how’s that work? How did you find your insurance did you just ask the vet? Thanks for the information and response!
I called a pet insurance and your right they don’t cover pre-existing conditions kind of bummed out LOL. I signed up for a pet insurance just now.I’ve got rabbit insurance. I’m not sure if it works the same way in the United States as it does in England.
I pay £11 or something like that, a month for my insurance.
Our cover pays a fair amount. If it is over the excess, they’ll pay the rest. And for conditions that are reoccurring - such as Apollo’s sore hocks - they’ll pay directly to the vet, and I won’t have to pay anything.
The one problem that I’ve found is that they don’t pay for preexisting conditions.
I’d just say just look around for policies, get some quotes and decided if it’ll work for you and which one is best.
Nice really only 15 per month I have to pay 35? The person on the phone told me about they don’t cover for pre existing illnesses but my rabbit hasn’t even got diagnosed with the three vet visits I had made for her. I wish they would cover it because I don’t know what’s wrong with her. Reason why I wanted to get the insurance.Nationwide is what I have for Trixie. I pay $12/month. My deductible is $50 and it covers a range of illnesses but not pre existing conditions which they will tell you right in the beginning. If she does have a condition, they will ask you for the results. I had to appeal my application with Nationwide to get my rabbit approved. She is very healthy and I hope I don’t have to use it often but it’s better to have it than not have it at all, then be stuck with a huge bill.
Yes, you should try it out I say it’s pretty good from the looks of it. I called yesterday and they explained what it’s all about.I was literally about to post a thread with this exact question today!
Oh wow! That is a lot thank goodness he all better. I say it’s worth it just in case I ever need it.My bun Toffee couldn't pee properly so I took him to the hospital and he ended up having surgery for a stone in his urethra. $5000. No insurance....... I think it's worth considering insurance, based on what I had to pay out of pocket. At least he's fine now
Are you also with Nationwide? The first month after I applied, I was changed somewhere around $25 or so (can't remember). But the following months were only charge $12. I wish they accepted pre existing conditions. I had brought up to the rep when I applied that I was concerned about a lump that Trixie just got and he had to include it in her application. Then in order for the application to be approved, I had to provide Nationwide a definitive prognosis of the lump. I do wish I hadn't said anything because then her visit would have been covered.Nice really only 15 per month I have to pay 35? The person on the phone told me about they don’t cover for pre existing illnesses but my rabbit hasn’t even got diagnosed with the three vet visits I had made for her. I wish they would cover it because I don’t know what’s wrong with her. Reason why I wanted to get the insurance.
Glad to hear your bun is safe and healthy
That's generally for dogs and cats. For Nationwide, they only have one plan for exotic pets (rabbits fall under this category).One thing that hasn't been mentioned and this is the case for pooch insurance, not sure about bunny insurance: there are different plans for different levels of care. Some for just preventative care, some for full blown health coverage, and some with a combination. Of course different costs.
Preventative indoor bunny needs are pretty minimal so the info above may not be reality for bunnies.