Rabbit pet insurance
- We will cover your rabbit for up to £2,000 of vet fees per year
- We can cover up to three rabbits on a policy. Cover can be per policy, which means your £2,000 will cover all your rabbits together or each one individually. That’s £2,000 cover for each rabbit.
Dental cover with your rabbit insurance
- We’ll cover your rabbit for dental treatment even if it doesn’t have an annual dental check up.
- No prolonged waiting period for dental cover - you don’t need to wait for two years before you can make a claim for dental fees. Fourteen days after having insured your pet (unless otherwise stated on your Certificate of Insurance), your bunny will be fully covered for vet fees.**
How much does rabbit insurance cost with ExoticDirect?
Rabbit insurance costs around £15 a month for an Essential policy. This is for one rabbit covered for up to £2,000 of vet fees.
If you're insuring more than one rabbit the premium will increase
You can compare our rabbit insurance against competitors in the Rabbit Insurance Comparison article on our sister company Bought By Many's website.
Making a claim with ExoticDirect
If you do need to make a claim, we try and make things as easy as possible for you:
- You can get a claim form from our website
- We’re a UK based team, with friendly knowledgeable advisers
- We can pay your vet directly
Why should I insure my rabbit?
You never know when your rabbit may get ill, and how much the subsequent vet bills may be. Insurance can offer you peace of mind against those unexpected bills, so that you can focus on your rabbit.
Claims paid in 2017 included:
- £610 for Gastric Dilation in a Mini Lop Rabbit
- £768 to investigate and treat weight loss - dental disease in a Dwarf Lop Rabbit
- £664 for Gut Stasis in a Mini Lop Rabbit
Read our rabbit care article: What can rabbits eat?
**Insurance is subject to Terms and Conditions. These can be found in the ExoticDirect Policy Booklet and Policy Summary
*However, as part of the policy Terms and Conditions, under General Conditions, you must take proper care of your pet, and have the annual health check ups that are normally recommended by a vet.
If you don’t have the recommended annual check ups, it may affect your claim.