Vetsure Covid-19 Update
The Vetsure team are fully set up to work from home. It's business as usual for us so please feel free to call us to talk about your policy or email [email protected] To help us minimise delay, we're asking you to avoid posting claim forms to us where possible. Claims can be emailed to us at [email protected] or, if your practice is part of our network, please ask your Vet to submit your claim digitally via their Vetsure e-claims option. Thank you. We wish you and your pets the very best of health.
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We all have such special relationships with our pets. At the very least they are always there for us, they never judge us and offer us unconditional love and friendship. For families, pets have an enormous role in helping our children cope with all the stresses of growing up. As we grow older, pets can help provide companionship, encourage us to keep exercising and provide us with enormous health benefits. Trained dogs have helped thousands of disabled people both physically and mentally in frankly miraculous ways. It’s a fact; pets make people less stressed, healthier and more sociable and community minded.
Our pets could be offering us more than just simple companionship –particularly when children have grown up and left home and later, in the more senior years of our lives. At Christmas time, when loneliness can be a real problem for many people, pet friendship can be even more important.
Read our findings
There’s a new love triangle in town; you, the love of your life and a lovable ball of fur on four legs.
It makes perfect sense really. We’re a nation of pet lovers, and if we care for our beloved animals and show them affection they’ll be loyal and show it back. But can the same be said for our better halves?
See the results!
The results of our survey are in! We have been working with our network of dedicated Vets, Nurses and Receptionists to gain feedback on the current facilities available to help people who need help looking after their pets or are perhaps looking for a new pet following a recent bereavement.
See the results!