The Co-operative has reduced the price of all its online pet insurance plans by 25 per cent.
Animal owners looking for pet plan insurance
may be interested in a new offer from one company in the sector.
As of last Friday (July 1st), The Co-operative has reduced the costs attached to all its pet insurance
policies taken out online by 25 per cent in a bid to make its range of deals more attractive as the summer approaches.
The firm has urged people to take extra care of their critter throughout the warmer month as animals' health can often suffer at this time of year, meaning there may have never been a better time to sign up for an annual insurance
package to protect against excessive vet bills.
Lee Mooney, head of pet insurance at the Co-operative Insurance, commented: "Humans are increasingly bombarded with summer health dos and don'ts, but pet owners do not have the same luxury."
This comes after Andy Robbins of the RSPCA called on all animal keepers to ensure they are coveredy an insurance policy.
By Nate Sawyer