Pet insurance for older dogs

  • No upper age limit
  • Lifetime pet insurance with up to £15,000 cover
  • Rated UK's No 1 Pet Insurer
  • We pay 97% of claims
  • First month free and a FREE pet hamper. Use promo code AA21

Insure your older dog this autumn with a lifetime policy from Kennel Club Pet Insurance – Rated No 1 Pet Insurer

During October and November, we’re lifting the upper age limits that usually prevent senior dogs from being protected with a new lifetime insurance policy.

And, every new policy comes with the first month totally free, and a fantastic hamper for your dog!

Kennel Club Pet Insurance has a 5-star Defaqto rating, giving you confidence that we will care for your pet throughout their retirement.

For your first month free and a special hamper for your pet, use promo code AA21

Protect your best friend with lifetime pet insurance

Together, you’ve been through so much. And as they get older, there’s nothing more important than protecting the extraordinary bond that you have with your dog - and sometimes you need more than love to do this.

But it can be tough to find a lifetime pet insurance policy, with the right level of cover, to protect your older dog. And without pet insurance, the cost of any vet bills to care for your senior pet would be entirely down to you.

This October and November, Kennel Club Pet Insurance is making lifetime cover available for pets of any age. We are removing the usual upper age limits for starting a new lifetime policy, so you can relax and enjoy the years together. So, no matter how old your dog, you can give them the protection of insurance as they grow older.

Robin Hargreaves, Practice Director and Veterinary Surgeon, says...

Quotes Later in life, particularly with chronic diseases, things can start to go wrong - so having insurance is a huge help. For owners, it's the reassurance that their pet can access the veterinary care they may need for problems connected with old age. And for the pet, getting this care can mean a much happier and more comfortable retirement. Pet insurance is vital for managing any unexpected costs of care your furry friend may need in later life. A Lifetime policy is best, as this will provide cover towards vets’ bills year after year, which is a great help should your older pet develop a chronic condition – which is unfortunately common in senior pets. Quotes
Robin Hargreaves, Senior Veterinary Advisor