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Posted on 20/10/2016
We are overjoyed to announce that out of hundreds of applicants we have made it through to the final 5 of the Hertfordshire Business Awards 2016 in the Customer Service category! Core to our company values is developing genuine partnerships and treating customers with care and respect. We cannot express how much it means to us […]
Posted on 06/10/2016
A huge congratulations to Stanhope Veterinary Centre who have achieved Vetsure-accreditation status!
Posted on 02/09/2016
We are delighted to announce we have a new vet group join our trusted network! Churchfield Vets have been providing a caring, compassionate and high quality veterinary service since the 1930s. With five surgeries spread throughout South and West Yorkshire, they are well placed to serve the local communities with 24/7 care for pets. Find […]
Posted on 21/06/2016
When it comes to weight gain, dogs aren’t too dissimilar from their human masters. Just like us, it’s easy for dogs to put on a few extra pounds if they consume too many calories and aren’t getting enough exercise, particularly as they get older.
Posted on 16/06/2016
We are proud to announce the Vetsure Network is continuing to flourish with the addition of two new vet groups!
Posted on 09/06/2016
We are pleased to announce that we have two new practices who have obtained Vetsure-accreditation status!
Posted on 24/05/2016
When choosing a policy it is important to check the type of policy and the level of vet fees covered to ensure it will meet your needs, now and in the future.
Posted on 24/05/2016
ALL Vetsure policies are ‘lifelong’, which means our policies provide cover for long-term and recurring conditions.
Posted on 05/05/2016
To keep your pets safe during this time we have made a list of tips on preventing accidents and safeguarding your pet during the summer time.
Posted on 17/03/2016
Following the recent news that four separate suspected cases of dogs infected with the tick-borne disease Babesiosis have been identified in Essex, experts are warning of the increased risk from foreign ticks being brought over to the UK.