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Petplan makes homeopathy more expensive
20 April 2009
One of the UK’s largest pet insurance providers, Petplan, has applied an additional excess to claims for complementary therapies like homeopathy and acupuncture. From 1 April 2009 pet owners pay an additional £75 for a dog, £60 for a cat and £50 for a rabbit in order to access homeopathic treatment under the policy changes. If you are adversely affected by this decision write to Petplan to let them know you are unhappy – contact details can be found on their website.