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The Co-operative offers pet insurance discount

The Co-operative offers pet insurance discount

Category: Pet Insurance

Updated: 24/06/2013
First Published: 24/06/2013

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Pet owners are to be offered a 25% discount on all policies taken out online with The Co-operative Pet Insurance.

Running between 24 June and 31 October 2013, the offer applies to all applications made via the internet and will cover the standard benefits offered under The Co-operative Pet Insurance.

Benefits offered include comprehensive dental cover, multi-pet discount and the option to pay monthly by Direct Debit at no extra cost.

Optional travel insurance and third party liability for dogs are also offered.

Head of pet insurance at The Co-operative Insurance, Lee Mooney, said: "In summer, like humans, animals are more active which can increase the risk of injury and are also more susceptible to allergies, such as hayfever which can require medical treatment.

"Keeping pets safe in the sun is extremely important for their health and wellbeing."


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