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Everypaw pet insurance review

The Which? review of Everypaw's pet insurance gives you the most detailed information on Everypaw's cat and dog insurance policies

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What does Everypaw pet insurance offer? Does Everypaw offer the best pet insurance?
Everypaw pet insurance policies: are they good or bad? Get top money-saving tips from Which?

What does Everypaw pet insurance offer?

Everypaw is a trading name of Pinnacle Insurance plc, which was established in 1971 and underwrites other brands reviewed in our survey, including Argos and Sainsbury's. It covers cats, dogs and rabbits and sticks exclusively to lifetime cover.

 

Lifetime cover pet insurance

 

Lifetime cover is the most comprehensive pet insurance on the market and pays out for ongoing issues your pet may have throughout its lifetime. 

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Does Everypaw offer the best pet insurance?

Here's how Everypaw scores in our latest survey:

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To help you find the best pet insurance policy, Which? goes the extra mile to sort the best from the worst. Read more: 

 

How we analyse pet insurance

 

We analyse and rate 21 elements of cat insurance policies and 24 elements of dog insurance policies – plus how much each pays in vets fees – to come up with the overall policy score.

Different policy elements are enhanced or reduced within the policy score, to reflect the relative importance of each. For example, the amount a policy pays for vet fees and how this money is made available counts for more in the score than the amount provided for holiday cancellation.

Everypaw pet insurance policies: are they good or bad?

We've rated dozens of policy details and picked out the best and worst elements of this cover.

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