What is the difference between pet insurance and pet healthcare plans?
It can be confusing to figure out how to best plan for your pet’s healthcare, especially with so many companies advertising their services.
What is pet insurance?
Pet insurance is used to help cover the cost of treatment if your pet gets sick or injured.
It doesn’t typically cover routine care such as neutering, vaccinations, health checks and parasite treatments. There are many different types of policy available and the level of cover provided can vary considerably, so you’ll need to do your research to find the best option for you and your pet. We do not provide pet insurance, but do offer some advice on choosing the right provider at the following link: www.ashtreevets.co.uk/pet-insurance
What is a pet healthcare plan?
Pet healthcare plans are a simple way to pay for regular preventative healthcare.
Our Healthcare Club has been set up to enable you to spread the cost of routine preventative healthcare. For a monthly subscription all future vaccinations, worming and flea control are taken care of with substantial savings. These low cost monthly payments help to avoid bigger bills when it comes to paying for routine vaccines and parasite treatments. Extra benefits of the club include discounts on many other products and services at the practice. To see how we can help you, visit www.ashtreevets.co.uk/healthcare-club or talk to one of our friendly team on 01858 462839