Pet owners have increased the amount they spend on their animals by 13% over two years, despite concerns over the financial pressure of keeping a pet, according to new research from Sainsbury’s Bank.
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Britons are twice as likely to hold pet insurance than a critical illness policy, despite family and health issues being top concerns, research finds.
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Legal and General is to launch pet cover for cats and dogs direct, online and over the phone, as well as through Confused.com.
Price comparison site payingtoomuch.com has added pet insurance to its website.
Brits are being urged to make sure that their home insurance policy includes adequate personal liability protection to cover any accidents as the nation gets set for bonfire night.
The Co-op is offering 25% off all pet insurance policies bought online until October 31st 2012.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to renew pet insurance policies that it had cancelled in 2011.
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