Why is it good to have pet insurance?
If your pet gets ill or injured and needs to go and see a vet, it can be expensive. If you have insurance, you can provide your pet with the best care without being liable for all the costs involved yourself. You can choose yourself a pet insurance policy that suits you, your pet and your finances.
Our insurance policies
It should be easy and straightforward to insure your pet. We offer comprehensive insurance policies to cover dogs, cats, horses and other small animals.
We will help you choose the right insurance for you and your pet!
Veterinary care insurance
Veterinary care insurance will give you peace of mind if your dog gets ill or injured and you need to visit the veterinary for an examination or treatment. Veterinary care insurance provides you with reimbursement for any costs you incur at the vet’s above your excess.
Gain further peace of mind with your pet insurance. Life insurance will provide you with compensation equivalent to the dog’s value if your dog dies, needs to be put to sleep, runs away or is stolen.
What do I need to take out an insurance policy?
You don’t need to be a Norwegian citizen to be able to have your pet insured with Agria Dyreforsikring. You can take out insurance with us if you have a registered permanent address in Norway.
Would you like to know more about our insurance policies or take out a policy? Give us a call. Our customer centre can answer your queries in English and help you with the process of taking out an insurance policy.
+ 47 24 12 40 00
If you need to contact us outside office hours regarding Agria Animal Insurance, you can contact our local insurance consultants
About Agria Dyreforsikring
Agria Dyreforsikring provides Norway's animals and their owners with flexible insurance solutions. Agria is a wholly owned subsidiary of Länsförsäkringar and is the Länsförsäkringar Alliance’s company specialising in animal insurance.
Agria also operates in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, France and the UK.
About these translated conditions
Please note that the English policy wording is an unauthorised translation of the Norwegian original policy wording. The Norwegian original policy wording takes precedence over the English translated policy wording.