5 Weeks Free Puppy Insurance

Protect your puppies from the time they are collected with 5 Weeks Free cover from the Kennel Club

Vital protection for your puppies

Provide your litter with the vital insurance cover they need for the first 5 weeks in their new homes with free insurance. This gives you peace of mind knowing that your litters will be protected during those vulnerable first weeks.

The new owners of your puppies can then continue their free puppy insurance into one of our lifetime policies. Also, any new conditions diagnosed during those 5 weeks will continue to be covered for as long as the policy remains active. (However, please note, any pre-existing conditions present before the free cover was activated, will not be covered).

Included in the policy

Our 5 Weeks Free insurance is designed to protect your puppies when they leave for their new homes. The cover is activated by you, so you can have peace of mind that each puppy is covered with up to £4,000 vet's fees cover.

  • Rewards for you

    If the new owner decides to continue their policy, we will give you a reward!

  • Up to £4,000

    towards veterinary treatment for illness and injury

  • Up to £2,500

    refund of purchase price if the pet dies from illness or injury

  • Up to £1,000

    contribution toward advertising and reward if the pet is lost or stolen

  • Free Pet Health Helpline

    provides the new owner with access to veterinary advice helpline – 24/7 support for the times when you are not available to give advice.

Our Breeder Rewards Scheme

As a valued Kennel Club member of the Agria Breeder Club, you have the chance to earn cash rewards.

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Protection for every step of the journey

Find out why more breeders are choosing our range of products designed to protect mum and litter through every step of the journey.

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Add breeding risks cover to your policy

If you are thinking of breeding from your dog, you can add breeding risks to protect both mum and her litter throughout pregnancy and birth.

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