Justmoney.co.za now offers pet insurance

By Staff Writer

Giving you and your pet peace of mind 
 
Petsure provides insurance for dogs, cats and horses - securing their health for the future. We know that everyone has different needs so you can choose from a range of insurance options to get the cover that's just right for you and your pets. 

 

Petsure pays towards:

  • Unforeseen illness
  • Accidental injury
  • Emergency Kenneling
  • Routine Care and Sterilization

How Petsure Works

Once your vet has treated your pet, simply send in a Petsure claim form (your vet will help you fill it out) along with your vet's detailed account and proof of payment. Petsure then adds up the benefit value and sends payment directly to you, normally within 14 days.

It is as simple as that. Claims are easy to make and are quickly and efficiently settled. Petsure enables you to utilise any veterinarian of your choice and even provides cover for referrals.

The extras Petsure can do for you:  

  • Sherlock Bones Pet Detective - tracks down lost pets  
  • Discounted insurance for two or more pets
  • 14-day money back guarantee

Petsure has been insuring pets since 1992 and is underwritten and backed by The Hollard Insurance Company, one of SA's largest nsurance underwriters.

 To find out how you can get cost-effective protection for your pets, just visit Justmoney.co.za's new pet insurance section.

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