Many Pet owners use multiple vets for the care of their precious pets; however, this practice could be detrimental to your pet???s health and well-being in the case of an illness. At Petplan we are on a campaign to get p
At Petplan we offer our clients peace of mind knowing that they will be able to provide their pet with the best treatment possible should they fall unexpectedly ill or get injured in an accident. More often than not our
It???s far better to avoid cancer than it to have to treat it. Pets are just as likely to get cancer as we are, so what can do to improve the odds? 1. Choice of pet Its not a big deal for cats, but for dogs there are som
Pet Cancer & Human Emotions For some reason treating cancer brings so much more emotional baggage into my consult room than other equally serious diseases. Take heart failure ??? its routinely fatal, treatment can ma
How can you identify cancer in your pets? Well, first and foremost it is important that we clarify a few of the myths that surround pet cancer. People may believe that if their pet has cancer he would be sick, show signs
1. ???If he had cancer, he???d be sick wouldn???t he???? Most cancers don???t make your pet ???sick??? at first. The most common reason I see a pet with a poor appetite due to cancer as the first symptom is because the g
This story is written by Br. Andy Roark and is originally from??Dr. Andy Roark???s Facebook page. As a profession, veterinary medicine is one in which vets are used to going to great lengths to meet the needs of the fami
Cancer is common One in three people, dogs and cats will develop a cancer over their lifetime. Some are curable, some are able to be held in remission for periods of time, and some are manageable. Knowing the most common
With Easter just around the corner pet owners will have a lot more chocolate around the house, and veterinary clinics will be seeing a lot more chocolate ingestion by dogs. Chocolate is a wonderful treat for humans, but
What is Feline Parvovirus? Feline parvovirus is a virus that can cause severe disease and even death in cats, particularly kittens. The disease is also known as feline infectious enteritis (FIE) and feline panleukopenia.
Petplan Australasia Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. ABN 64 069 468 542 AFSL No. 245663
Petplan Australasia Pty Ltd is the sole Administrator of the policies acting on behalf of the Insurer. Petplan® is a Registrered Trade Mark. Products sold under this Trade Mark in Australia are sold exclusively by Petplan under license from Pet Plan Ltd in England. The Insurer HDI Global Specialty SE -Australia (ABN 58 129 395 544, AFSL No. 458776) (HDI) with its registered address at Tower 1, Level 33, 100 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000. HDI is authorised to carry out insurance business in Australia by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority in accordance with the Insurance Act 1973 (Cth). HDI is registered in Germany, with its registered office at Roderbruchstraße 26, 30655 Hannover, Germany with registration number HRB211924 authorised by Bundesanstalt für Finanzdienstleistungsaufsicht (“BaFin“). It is authorised to carry on insurance business in Germany under the German Insurance Supervisory Act (“Versicherungsaufsichtsgesetz”). The advice on this website is general advice only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs (“your personal circumstances”). Before using this advice to decide whether to purchase the insurance policy, you should consider your personal circumstances and the relevant combined Financial Service Guide (FSG) and Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) available on this website.
Policies purchased prior to 4 April 2017 may still be underwritten by Allianz Australia Insurance Limited. To confirm your policy underwriter, please see your Certificate of Insurance documents or contact us for more information.
1/3 Smolic Ct Tullamarine, VIC 3043
Call us on 1300 738 225
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org