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    Hi

    Just had my renewals for the girls all due 2nd Oct and are as below also compared to last year 2011 - 2012

    2011-12 2012-13 AGE


    Poppy
    160.17 179.28 6 Y 1 M

    Daisy 163.50 205.44 5 Y 9 M

    Rosie 137.17 152.15 5 Y 2 M

    Lily 154 .23 169.65 3 Y 11 M

    They have gone up but so have lots but still I think give best value. Daisy with her op and medication and three month trips to C/G
    plus her visit to Simon Swift and all his tests has had about 4000 plus spent on her .Poppy ,Rosie and Lily only vet trips so I pay there but
    we have the knowledge that if xxxxx happens we have the best on our doorstep and Ionly pay an excess of 75 per condition for the
    next twelve months .Worth every penny so will pay at 9.00 am in the morning .Hope this info is of use as I know a lot cover with AXA

    Best Wishes

    Brian
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    Poppy the Tri, Daisy the Blen, Rosie the Ruby and Lily the B & T

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian M View Post
    Hi

    Just had my renewals for the girls all due 2nd Oct and are as below also compared to last year 2011 - 2012

    2011-12 2012-13 AGE


    Poppy
    160.17 179.28 6 Y 1 M

    Daisy 163.50 205.44 5 Y 9 M

    Rosie 137.17 152.15 5 Y 2 M

    Lily 154 .23 169.65 3 Y 11 M

    They have gone up but so have lots but still I think give best value. Daisy with her op and medication and three month trips to C/G
    plus her visit to Simon Swift and all his tests has had about 4000 plus spent on her .Poppy ,Rosie and Lily only vet trips so I pay there but
    we have the knowledge that if xxxxx happens we have the best on our doorstep and Ionly pay an excess of 75 per condition for the
    next twelve months .Worth every penny so will pay at 9.00 am in the morning .Hope this info is of use as I know a lot cover with AXA

    Best Wishes

    Brian
    Thank you Brian - I don't live in the UK, but I have some family who do and have dogs so it's very useful to know what is 'tried and tested'. Putting it another way I make that less than 50p per day for each of your girls - a good deal if you ask me!

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    although expensive, I think your rates in UK are still a bit better than those in the States. Your rate for Daisy converts to US $331.79 and that's about what I paid for my Golden's insurance for one year. He was under one year and very healthy at the time I purchased it. The price for Tess (9.5 years) was too high and I didn't get it.

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    Must say AXA is good in regards to premiums not going up a lot. With Harley I claim between 2000 / 3500 every year. It never goes up by much. This year on top of his SM he had an eye ulcer and i needed to see a specialist twice and another follow up appointment in December then we had 8 weeks of colitis and they even paid for his special diet that was 2 a small can. And then he cracked a tooth and had that out. Funny the vets just rang me and told me that AXA send them a cheque for 217 that should have been posted to me. The colitis, tooth & eye all came to 700.
    Sabby
    Rosie-06/06 - Ebony-01/07 Harley-08/08
    " My sunshine doesn't come from the skies, it comes from the love in my dogs eyes "

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