We’ve decided to dub September as ‘Sweetember’ because it’s not only marks the starts of spring, but also National Pet Insurance Month. Can you imagine how excited that makes us? To celebrate this sweet combo, dotsure.co.za will be launching an awesome competition with exciting prizes up for grabs… Read on to find out what all the hype is about!
National Pet Insurance Month is dedicated to educating pet parents on the ‘impawtence’ of having pet insurance and the peace of mind it offers knowing that your precious pet is taken care of should a medical emergency catch you off guard. Pet insurance is a much-needed safety net of cover for those unforeseen vet bills when your pet becomes sick or injured unexpectedly. With a range of uniquely designed , it’s now more affordable for pet owners to have access to the best possible health care for their four-legged family members.
While medical expenses for pets can run into thousands, dotsure.co.za pet insurance starts from only R73 per month for accidental cover. A lot more affordable compared to the cost of medical procedures, consultation fees, prescribed medicine and surgery which can set you back upwards of R10,000.
In essence, pet insurance isn’t just a ‘nice-to-have’; it’s a necessity which could save your pet’s life!
Make it a ‘Sweetember’ by quoting online or participating in our Facebook competition!
It’s that simple. Complete an obligation free pet insurance quote online on the dotsure.co.za website during the month of September 2019, and you could WIN one of the weekly R2,500 cash prizes!
Enter our competition on the dotsure.co.za Pet Insurance Facebook page or Instagram page and stand the chance to WIN our grand prize: one of your lucky pets could receive pet insurance provided by dotsure.co.za for one year. Whoop!
Click/tap here for the social media competition T&Cs!
Click/tap here for the online quote competition T&Cs!
General policy T&Cs apply.
Full competition details can be viewed by visiting www.dotsure.co.za or at our offices situated at 117A York Street, George, 6529, South Africa.
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