Quality cover for your pet, for life
Admiral lifetime pet insurance covers your pet for a whole range of conditions. Vet fee limits refresh each year you renew, so you’ll be able to claim for the same health condition multiple times over the lifetime of your pet.
How lifetime cover works for you
A typical cat may live for 16 years, but our lifetime pet cover with an annual policy limit of £5,000 lets you claim up to £80,000 during your pet’s lifetime – just by renewing your policy each year.
Flexible cover to suit you and your pet’s needs
Vet fees for an accidental injury or for a new illness up to £10K
Up to £2M third party liability for dogs
Up to £2,500 dentistry after an accident or injury
Continued cover for new illnesses at renewal up to cover fee limit
£250 third party legal liability excess per incident
Three levels of lifetime cover to choose from
It’s easy to get the right level of cover for your pet ‑ choose from three simple cover packages which all include an excess charge of £100.
More details about lifetime cover
Whereas non-lifetime pet insurance policies such as maximum benefit cover and 12-month cover will only insure your pet for a particular health condition up to a pre-set financial limit, having lifetime pet insurance means your limits reset each year.
For example, let’s say you’ve decided to buy lifetime pet cover for your cat, with an annual policy limit of £5,000. A typical cat life span is 16 years; if your feline friend lives this long and you renew your policy each year, you’ll be able to claim up to £80,000 during your pet’s lifetime.
A non-lifetime pet insurance policy will only cover you for each condition up to a certain limit, and this won’t reset. Once you’ve reached the maximum claim for a particular condition, you’ll be responsible for paying any further vet bills.
What are the advantages of lifetime pet insurance?
Pet insurance lifetime cover is a particularly good choice in case your pets develop long term health problems, such as diabetes or arthritis. However, pre existing conditions are usually excluded when you buy your policy, so to make a claim, your pet would need to contract the condition at least 14 days after the policy start date.
The costs of cat or dog care can be made more predictable with lifetime pet insurance. Rather than risking an enormous fee whenever your cat or dog contracts an illness or has an accident, lifetime pet cover means you’ll pay your insurer a recurring annual fee in exchange for them covering veterinary bills.
There are limits to the amount you can claim and an excess to pay, but if your pet experiences repeated health problems over the course of their lifetime, it could work out cheaper and more manageable to invest in lifetime pet insurance.
If you’ve already bought lifetime pet insurance with a different insurer, you still have the option of switching to a different provider, so you can continue shopping around for the best pet quotes. If you do switch, however, any ongoing conditions would be considered pre-existing and are unlikely to be covered.
How to make lifetime pet insurance claim
Making a claim on behalf of your pet isn’t as complicated as you might think – you can:
Email our claims team via email@example.com
Request a pet insurance claim form by calling 0330 102 5745
Request a claims form by writing to Insurance Factory Ltd (our pet insurance provider) at Admiral Pet Insurance, 5th Floor, Connect Centre, Kingston, Crescent, Portsmouth, PO2 8DE
Insurance Factory Ltd
For pet insurance, Admiral introduce to Insurance Factory Ltd who arrange and administer the policy. Insurance Factory Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 306164). Registered in England and Wales Number 02982445. Registered Office: 45 Westerham Road, Bessels Green, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 2QB. The policy is underwritten by HDI Global Specialty SE UK. Registered in Germany, registration number HRB 211924. Registered Office Roderbruchstraße 26, 30655 Hannover, Germany acting through its UK branch whose office is located at 10 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BE, United Kingdom. Authorised by the Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht, and authorised to limited regulation by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA No. 659331). Third party liability (dogs only) is underwritten by Ageas Insurance Limited, Ageas House, Hampshire Corporate Park, Templars Way, Eastleigh, Hampshire SO53 3YA, Registered in England and Wales No. 354568.