About this group
The Weimaraner is a noble dog with an aristocratic past – they were originally bred as hunt dogs to German Royalty – but if you’re looking for a dog who’s stuck-up and snooty, you’ve come to the wrong place.
However, Weimaraners can suffer from gastric torsion (bloat), a condition in which the stomach becomes twisted and restricts blood flow. Bloat is treatable but requires immediate veterinary surgery. Pet insurance can help with the costs of treating medical issues like this.
Bought By Many listened to thousands of pet owners to find out about the frustrations they face when looking for pet insurance. We've created policies that are like nothing else on the market and aim to solve Weimaraner owners' problems:
We’ve also designed policies that range from low-cost, no-frills cover to the most comprehensive pet insurance available:
- Value Conditions are covered for up to £3,000 of vet fees or 12 months, whichever is reached sooner.
- Regular A lifetime policy with up to £7,000 of vet fee cover and the option of no excess for pets under 9.
- Complete The most comprehensive lifetime pet insurance money can buy. Up to £15,000 of vet fee cover and dental cover is included as standard.
We have a 15% multi-pet discount for pets on the same policy.
Lifetime (or ‘yearly limit’) insurance covers vet fees up to the policy's limit every year. So long as you renew a lifetime policy each year, the level of vet fees will reset to the full stated limits that you started with. With a lifetime product, it is important to note that your premiums are likely to increase each year at renewal.
An innovative claims process - we've launched Snap Claims, which allows you to make online claims with no forms and no hassle.
Check out our clear and simple policy documents and policy wording to find out what our insurance does and doesn't cover.