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Vetsure Launches Our New Pet Health Plans


  • Vetsure Launches Our New Pet Health Plans

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    Vetsure have launched our Pet Health Plans to help clients budget and plan for their pet’s routine health care.

    Vetsure want to help reduce and spread the cost of routine preventative healthcare for pets. The Vetsure ethos is to link prevention with cure and reward owners for keeping their pets healthy. We think that a well-managed and comprehensive Pet Health Plan is the best way to ensure that pets are receiving all the necessary preventative healthcare that’s required throughout the year, teamed with our insurance product that protects against the worst.

    Vetsure are working with a growing number of vets across the country to deliver Pet Health Plans. Practices that have a plan find it is a fantastic way to bond clients to them and differentiate themselves from others in the area. Our award-winning customer service team handle the direct debits and can even sell plans on behalf of the practice. We’ll even engage with Pet Health Plan members to retain them and keep the practice informed when anybody joins or leaves the plan.

    Practices determine the prices they want us to charge their clients and can implement price changes when they see fit. They can also be flexible when choosing what to include in their plans.
    Vetsure are the only company offering a full range of pet insurance products as well as health plans for vets to promote. By providing both Pet Health Plans and pet insurance, we offer a one-stop-shop. If clients take out a Pet Health Plan, they will automatically benefit from a 5% discount to their Vetsure Pet Insurance premium either at renewal or when they take out a new policy.

    For those practices who already run a preventative healthcare plan, transferring clients to Vetsure has gotten a lot simpler! As from 1st January 2018, all reputable direct debit collection companies (Facilities Management Providers) are obliged to agree to bulk transfer of existing clients without penalty. Bulk transfer is seamless – the clients simply require notification of the change in direct debit collector and do not need to take any further action. If you’d like to discuss this course of action, let us know and we’ll contact your existing provider to check that they are accredited with BACs as an approved Facilities Management provider.
    Practices wishing for more information and are interested in starting a Pet Health Plan, or would like to transfer from their existing provider, should contact their local Vetsure Veterinary Relationship Manager, or visit

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