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    Hopefully we will get our new puppy at the end of July if everything goes to plan. I am wondering if anyone can recommend a good insurance company for two Cavaliers? At the moment we are insured with Marks and Spencer but they have recently been taken over by a different insurance company and their premiums and excess is going up. I have seen much better deals for Sally's insurance but I'm thinking which company is best for 2 cavaliers. We would want a policy that covers a condition for life.

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    Keep in mind anything Sally has ever been treated for or which is noted on her records will not be covered by a new insurance company if you move policies. You can discuss this with a new company though but preexisting conditions generally are not covered and that can mean anything noted in the records which may have indicated a condition that comes up later.
    Karlin
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    Do the better deals you have seen cover genetic/hereditary conditions? I ask because both of mine are insured with M&S and it costs about £25 a month for the pair of them.
    Holly - 7years
    Amber- 3 years

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    Hi
    I just mentioned on a previous post "Petpals" they insure my three for life and they do offer a multiple discount
    Brian M

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    Thanks for that Brian. Does Pet Pals cover hereditary conditions? Have you ever claimed and do they pay out without any trouble?

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    All 3 of our dogs are insured on the 1 policy with Direct Line, been with them since Jake was a pup, and their prices are very good, and customer service has always been top notch for us
    Ryan, Lisa, and Kieran....our 3 cavaliers Lucy, Megan and Charlie and Jake the Lab all sadly now crossed over the rainbow bridge Belle our Staffie, Grace our Greyhound and Max our little rascle.

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