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what is an accidental injury?

Your pet may suffer a physical or bodily injury that happens accidentally as a result of external, violent and visible means. Examples are any broken bones, a snake bite and a dog or cat fight. Accidents are covered by all Rogz Insurance options.

what is an illness?

This is an unexpected sickness, disease or change to your pet’s normal healthy state, which is not caused by injury to your pet. An upset stomach, skin condition or ear infection are examples. Illness is only covered by Rogz Insurance Options B and C.

DID YOU KNOW...

You may choose to use any licensed veterinarian in SA.

DID YOU KNOW...

66% of all veterinary visits each year are due to sudden illness.

how much of the vet's bill will be covered?

Benefits are paid according to 100% of the tariff rate* less R240** excess per claim. Annual*** sublimits apply and are available in the Schedule of Benefits Sheet, Insurance Plans page or on request (, 0860 00 ROGZ / 0860 00 7649). There is no excess deductible for Routine Care claims.

common accidents and illnesses covered by Rogz Pet Insurance:

What follows is a list of common illnesses and accidents by species that are covered by our insurance. For examples of actual claims click here.

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Abdominal Pain Google, Wikipedia
Abscesses Google, Wikipedia
Abscesses Google, Wikipedia
Allergic dermatitis - to food, dust, pollen Google, Wikipedia
Allergic reactions to insect bites Google, Wikipedia
Allergic reactions to insect bites Google, Wikipedia
Allergies Google, Wikipedia
Anaemia Google, Wikipedia
Anal Sacculitis - inflammation of the anal gland Google, Wikipedia
Anorexia Google, Wikipedia
Arthritis Google, Wikipedia
Asthma Google, Wikipedia
Autoimmune disease Google, Wikipedia
Back Pain Google, Wikipedia
Biliary Google, Wikipedia
Broken bones Google, Wikipedia
Broken bones Google, Wikipedia
Cancer Google, Wikipedia
Cancer Google, Wikipedia
Cat fights Google, Wikipedia
Cataract Google, Wikipedia
Chronic Kidney Failure Google, Wikipedia
Congestive Heart Failure Google, Wikipedia
Conjunctivitis Google, Wikipedia
Conjunctivitis Google, Wikipedia
Corneal Ulcer Google, Wikipedia
Corneal ulcers Google, Wikipedia
Cruciate Ligament Rupture Google, Wikipedia
Cushing's disease Google, Wikipedia
Cystitis - bladder inflammation Google, Wikipedia
Dermatitis Google, Wikipedia
Diabetes Google, Wikipedia
Dog and cat fights Google, Wikipedia
Dog attack Google, Wikipedia
Ehrlichiosis (parasite spread by ticks) Google, Wikipedia
Epilepsy Google, Wikipedia
External parasites - ticks, fleas Google, Wikipedia
Falling from an elevated position Google, Wikipedia
Falling from an elevated position Google, Wikipedia
Feline Asthma Google, Wikipedia
Feline diabetes Google, Wikipedia
Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) - causes Cat AIDS Google, Wikipedia
Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Google, Wikipedia
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) - bladder inflammation Google, Wikipedia
Fever of Unknown Origin Google, Wikipedia
Gastric Torsion - twisted stomach and bloat Google, Wikipedia
Gastric Ulcer Google, Wikipedia
Gastroenteritis Google, Wikipedia
Giardiasis (a parasite causing diarrhoea and weight loss) Google, Wikipedia
Hairballs Google, Wikipedia
Hot Spot Google, Wikipedia
Hypothyroidism Google, Wikipedia
Intestinal obstruction due to swallowing an object Google, Wikipedia
Intestinal obstruction due to swallowing an object Google, Wikipedia
Ligament injuries Google, Wikipedia
Ligament injuries Google, Wikipedia
Liver disease Google, Wikipedia
Motor vehicle accident Google, Wikipedia
Osteomyelitis - bone infection Google, Wikipedia
Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas - causes severe illness) Google, Wikipedia
Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) Google, Wikipedia
Pneumonia Google, Wikipedia
Poisoning Google, Wikipedia
Poisoning Google, Wikipedia
Polydipsia / Polyuria (drinking and urinating excessively) Google, Wikipedia
Prostatitis (inflammation of the prostate gland) Google, Wikipedia
Renal Failure Google, Wikipedia
Ring worm Google, Wikipedia
Ringworm Google, Wikipedia
Snake bites Google, Wikipedia
Snake bites Google, Wikipedia
Toenail injury Google, Wikipedia
Toenail injury Google, Wikipedia
Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Google, Wikipedia
Urinary crystals or blockage Google, Wikipedia
Urinary Incontinence Google, Wikipedia
Urinary stones Google, Wikipedia
Vomiting and diarrhea - gastroenteritis Google, Wikipedia
Worms - internal parasites (Roundworms and tapeworms) Google, Wikipedia

*The Rogz Pet Insurance Tariff Rate is based on Petsure’s internal tariff of fees which is reviewed annually.

**A R320 excess will apply for pets under the age of 13 months at time of treatment.

***Annual/per annum/policy year refers to the 12-month period between the anniversaries of the pet’s start date. Benefits renew on the anniversary of the pet’s start date.

Rogz Pet Insurance is brought to you and underwritten by The Hollard Insurance Company Ltd, an authorised Financial Services Provider. Rogz Pet Insurance is administered by PetSure (Pty) Ltd an authorised Financial Services Provider.