Main Accident covers
Life with a pet is full of surprises. That's why our policies have been designed to cover the most common illness and accidents.
Treatment costs usually from $500 to $800.
The breaking or tearing off of a nail can be very painful for a pet and there is a of risk infection if not treated appropriately.
Snake bite toxicity
Treatment costs can be from $3,000 to $8,000 where hospitalisation is required in addition to anti venom.
Snake venom can include toxicants to the neurological system, the coagulation system and the muscles. Other organ systems can also be affected due to downstream effects of the toxins.
Treatment costs vary greatly in relation to extent of paralysis and time frame presented to vet. Costs range from $500 to $20,000+*.
The neurotoxin of the paralysis tick causes a progressive flaccid paralysis (a weakness that progresses to paralysis).
Treatment costs usually up to $2,000 for severe cases.
Acute onset of unusual or exaggerated allergic reaction of an animal to a foreign protein or other substance. Acute onset hypersensitivity reactions can be life-threatening, involving one or more organ systems.
Treatment costs usually up to $1,500.
A clinical syndrome of multiple organ dysfunction caused by the elevation of body temperature above physiologically acceptable levels. This may be due to one or a combination of the production of excessive heat, exposure to excessive ambient temperatures, or failure to lose heat. Heat stroke is life-threatening.
Terms & conditions
ˆ Average treatment costs are indicative only and do not relate to policy coverage. Each product has different accidental injury and illness coverage and sub-limits. See the PDS for full details.
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+Policy limitations, exclusions and conditions apply. For full terms and conditions, see the Product Disclosure Statement.