We’ve extended our emergency boarding cover for all customers directly impacted by the recent floods in NSW & QLD. We’ll cover all the costs of emergency boarding for pet insurance policies administered by PetSure until 31 May 2022, regardless of the policy type. Customers can submit their invoices to .

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How to make a claim

The Pet Portal – your 24/7 policy concierge

Submit and track the progress of your pet insurance claim and find important policy documents anytime with your online customer service Pet Portal. To help your claim be processed as quickly as possible, be sure to include all supporting claim documents – like treatment invoices and Vet consultation notes.

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On the spot with GapOnly™

GapOnly™ is our latest pet insurance claims innovation that helps pet parents with an eligible policy at participating Vets access their pet insurance benefit straight away for eligible claims, helping reduce the burden of large, unexpected Vet bills. With less upfront expense by only paying the gap (or the amount not covered by your policy) on eligible claims, you can put the financial worry aside and focus on what’s most important – your pet’s recovery.

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As an eClaim by your Vet

Available at more than 1,050 Vets across Australia, our eClaims service lets participating Vets submit a pet insurance claim on your behalf after your pet’s appointment, meaning there’s nothing more for you to do. Apart from our GapOnly™ claims service, this is the fastest way to claim.

Posting a paper claim

If you prefer to make your claim via the post, then you’ll need to print and complete the pet insurance claim form together with your Vet, and ensure supporting Vet invoices and clinical notes are included for speedy assessment. Find claim and policy documents on your Pet Portal.

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Policy tools for added peace of mind

If you’re ready to make a claim, are looking to request a treatment pre-approval or want some conditions on your policy reviewed, get started here.

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Request a pre-approval

To check whether an upcoming procedure or treatment for your pet will be covered by your pet insurance policy, complete the pre-approval (pre-authorisation) form.

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Pre-existing condition policy review

All temporary pre-existing conditions on PetSure-administered policies are automatically removed as an exclusion if your pet hasn’t shown signs of that condition for 18 consecutive months or more (pre or post insurance). For extra peace of mind you can also request a PEC policy review anytime.

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Cruciate ligament policy review

With the help of your Vet, apply to have the Cruciate Ligament waiting period waived when you first start your policy by completing this form.

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Getting to know your Pet Portal

Did you know your online customer service Pet Portal houses all your key pet insurance policy documents in the one convenient place? You can even submit and track the progress of your pet insurance claim. Some key features at a glance:

  • My Pets: detailed information about your policy
  • My documents: all policy and claims documents
  • Help Centre: frequently asked questions to assist you
  • My Profile: your personal & Vet information, notification preferences and banking details

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Innovating the pet insurance claims experience, GapOnly™ reviews and calculates your pet insurance claim while you're still at the vet. You simply pay the gap and go.

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