Frequently Asked Questions
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At dotsure.co.za we are serious about transparency. It’s important that you know what you’re in for. Here is a short list of our most common questions. If your question isn’t on here yet, feel free to get in touch with us.
A Titer test is a measure of antibodies in the blood, providing a check of immunity to diseases. The results of the test then allow a vet to determine whether a vaccination is required.
Totally up to you! As long as they are fully qualified and registered with all the relevant authorities.
No, unfortunately not. We do offer cover for hereditary conditions on our Superior Plan, but that cover is subject to a 12 month waiting period.
No, ringworm is an illness. An example of an accidental injury is a broken leg resulting from your animal trying to jump over a wall, or being hit by a car.
Unfortunately not. Either way, we’ve done the research and you probably wouldn’t want to be covered by anyone else. You’ll get everything you need from dotsure.co.za at the best possible price.
We cover prescribed medication up to a set limit on our Basic, Standard and Superior plans. This includes chronic medication. Remember though, that we don’t cover medication for pre-existing conditions.
Our definition of an exotic pet is simply any pet that is not a cat or a dog. Although dotsure.co.za does not necessarily support owning certain species of animal, we believe that we have a responsibility to ensure that all that are legally owned receive the veterinary care that they need.
Firstly, we don’t require any pets to have annual vaccinations, but strongly advise that you do. Birds, however, don’t get vaccinations, they are given regular vitamin injections. WE suggest you have that done to- it’s just good parenting *squawk*.
We can only expect that you let us know anything that you would reasonably be expected to know. We would also suggest you get your new fur-baby a check-up asap so that you know if you can expect any health problems in the future.
This is one that you need to be careful with. We cover allergies, but only when they are a result of an external factor (from outside the body). An example of something that would be covered- Mr Whiskers got a rash from a plant that he brushed up against in the garden. An example of something that would not be covered- Mr Whiskers was born with asthma and has just had an asthma attack.