A claims process that doesn’t have you chasing your tail

Track your claim on your smartphone, speak to your own Customer Champion whenever you need. This is pet insurance re-imagined for our generation.

** Please download the form to your computer, do not complete in a browser window **

Claim

Downloading Your
Pet form

Click below to download your claims form.

Please download the form to your computer, do not complete in a browser window

How to claim
It’s as simple as downloading a form and getting it filled by your vet 

1.

Download a claim form here

2.

Let us know if you want us to pay you or your vet direct

3.

Return your complete claim form to us (your vet will usually take care of this for you)

We Support you through the claim process

We are here to help at any point during the claims process.

Whether you have a question or are looking for a peace of mind, the Covert My team are here to help.

Claim payment

Claims as easy to understand as 'paw'

We’ll provide a clear brakdown of your claim payment and how this will be paid so you can get back to teaching your new pet tricks as quickly as possible.

Testimonials

Wilma has fully recovered from a nasty leg fracture and has several pins and plates.

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I can’t thank you enough for the care you provided with Wilma, the claim went through fast and easy with no issues.

The staff at cover my pet have been so supportive and genuinely care its been a pleasure dealing with them.

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Excellent customer service and at an affordable premium for our dog . Only time will tell if and when how good the insurance is when needed.

Blog 🐶

Guide’s to your pet’s health and wellbeing

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