You know we love meeting our family members. And we LOVE to hear and share your stories!
We recently caught up with a special pair from Hout Bay…meet Sharon Muller and her 7-year-old Boerboel, Bandit.
Sharon and Bandit have been a part of the dotsure.co.za Pet Insurance family since October 2016
Where to begin? “Bandy’s been in so much trouble recently it would take pages to mention it all!!!”, says Muller. Thirty claims in the past 2-years to be exact. He’s a busy little chap.
“When Bandit, our family Boerboel, started dripping from his mouth and pacing uncomfortably we knew there was something wrong. Luckily, we did not have to think twice about seeking medical care for him. dotsure.co.za covered our local and specialist vet costs, and a variety of tests including an endoscopy. Since being treated for acid reflux and a nasty infection Bandit has made a dramatic recovery. They covered all his medications and it is comforting to know that we can always opt for the best medical care for our lovely boy.”, says Muller.
Sharon opted to cover Bandit on the Superior Plan – the plan that includes all the bells and whistles. To date, Sharon has saved a massive R27 731 in vet bills.
“The routine care option covers flea and tick treatments, deworming and vaccinations. Claims are easy and reimbursement quick – sometimes even by the next day. “explains Sharon. “Bandit is back to his boisterous bouncy self, so much so that he has recently injured his leg and once again they stepped in to cover all his costs. Thank you dotsure.co.za for helping us to keep our beloved pet in good health.”
Sharon and Bandit – you are most welcome! That is what we are here for and thank you for being loyal dotsure.co.za family members for the past 2 years!
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