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Would depend on your particular practise! I know ours don't - you have to pay first and reclaim from the insurers!
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It depends on your vet, rather thn your insurance company.

My current vet allows my insurance company to pay them directly, (luckily for me, as i dont have access to that sort of cash), but my old vet wanted payment on the day of treatment. Id then have to claim back off of the insurance company.
 

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Taken from How will vet bills be paid if my pet needs treatment?

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How will vet bills be paid if my pet needs treatment?
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We're happy to make payments directly to your vet, as long as your vet agrees. If you'd like us to do this you just need to let us know when you fill out the claim form. You'll also need to pay the relevant excess to your vet first.
As already pointed out here, make sure your vet agrees to be paid directly by your insurer before your pet undertakes treatment. Some refuse to do so.
 
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