Puppy
Insurance

*Free insurance for your puppy!

Start things right with your new fur-baby with 8 weeks free puppy insurance.

Puppies love exploring their new surroundings and getting up to playful mischief. Unfortunately this sometimes leads to accidental injuries and illnesses, which then leads to unexpected vet bills.

That’s why pet insurance is crucial. And it doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. At PD Insurance eligible puppies between 6 and 30 weeks old can get 8 weeks free cover with no waiting periods and no excess. It’s a no brainer!

Join today to get the protection you and your fur baby deserve.

Your Benefits:

8 weeks FREE cover to give you time to settle your new fur-baby into the family home!

Covers for all emergency treatment costs for accident and illness up to a maximum of $1000.

Enjoy immediate cover with no waiting periods.

No excess payable on claims.

Visit any vet!

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I claim for vaccinations?

Vaccinations are not covered under Puppy Insurance. However, our PD Insurance plans do cover this when you choose to add the optional wellness benefit. Compare our PD Insurance pet cover plans today (dog insurance plans or cat insurance plans).

Can I still get the One Month Free offer if I take out a full policy afterwards?

You sure can! 

Does the puppy insurance automatically roll onto a full policy after the 8 weeks?

No it doesn’t. However we would love the opportunity to send you a quote for a full policy and continue looking after your fur baby.

How do I make a claim?

The steps to make a claim with PD Insurance are as follows:

  • Email our dedicated Claims team at [email protected] with the details of your claim and your policy number.
  • You will be kept up to date on the progress of your claim via email.

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Disclaimers

*The full Terms and Conditions of Puppy and Kitten Cover can be found here