Pounce Pet Insurance

We’ve partnered with Pounce to offer a discount on their pet insurance, so you can get medical protection for your furry friends.

Cover you can rely on, with no excess to pay

Your dog or cat’s a member of your family, so they deserve the best protection.

If they’re sick or injured, Pounce Pet Insurance can help ease the financial cost.

Plus, if you’re already an NRMA customer, you get a 10% discount if you enter our code, NRMAPETLOVERS.

Covers up to 90% of vet bills

Pounce will pay for up to 90% of covered vet treatments, depending on your plan and your pet’s age.

For puppies, kittens and adults

Depending on your plan, pets as young as 8 weeks and up to 6 or 9 years old can get started with a Pounce policy.

Up to $20,000 of protection

Choose your plan, from Basic Cover to Premium Cover, with up to $20,000 of protection for ultimate peace of mind.

What’s included with Pounce


Pounce covers the cost of a vet treating your pet for some illnesses.

Ingestion of a foreign object

Pounce will cover your pet if they swallow something they shouldn’t which requires surgical or endoscopic removal.

Lifetime cover

Once your pet’s covered, they’re eligible for cover for their whole life, as long as there are no gaps in cover (subject to the terms and conditions of your renewing policy).


Pounce covers your pet if they are poisoned.

X-rays and blood tests

Pounce covers the costs of x-rays and blood tests related to covered conditions.

Policy booklets

Remember, all the insurance plans have limits, conditions, waiting periods and exclusions. Go to Pounce Pet Insurance for more information and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) for full details

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Things you should know

  1. Pounce Pet Insurance is issued by The Hollard Insurance Company Pty Ltd, ABN 78 090 584 473, AFSL 241436, administered through PetSure (Australia) Pty Ltd, ABN 95 075 949 923, AFSL 420183, and promoted by Insurance Australia Limited, ABN 11 000 016 722, AFSL 227681. Any advice is general only. When making decisions about insurance, consider the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).