And the winner is…
Elms Veterinary Surgery in Faringdon, Oxfordshire, is the winner of this month’s Agria Pet Insurance Prize draw! Every practice with a client taking out an Agria Pet Insurance policy in March was entered into our prize draw. The team at Elms were lucky enough to have their name randomly selected, and they win £25 in M&S vouchers
“When something major goes wrong with a pet, treatment can be very expensive. We always recommend our clients take out pet insurance and advise not to simply choose the cheapest premiums; you nearly always get what you pay for,” says Tracey West, Practice Manager.
“Recently, a client facing expensive veterinary treatment found out her level of cover fell far short of what was needed – unfortunately this happens quite a lot.”
“That’s why we promote Agria; we feel their lifetime policies do give our clients the cover they need when they need it most,” says Tracey.
Elms Veterinary Surgery was set up by vet Barton Stephen in 1988. With seven staff, including two vets, it specialises in small animals and treats patients from Faringdon and the surrounding villages.
With its fully-equipped operating theatre and on-site laboratory, Elms offers pets the right veterinary care whatever the problem. Its state-of-the-art veterinary facilities include specialist diagnostic facilities such as radiography, ECG and ultrasound recording, giving clients the reassurance that any testing or treatment their pet needs can usually be carried out on-site.
Congratulations Elms Veterinary Surgery! We hope you enjoy spending your vouchers!
For your chance to be next month’s lucky practice, just remember to give your clients an Agria 4 Weeks Free Pet Insurance voucher when their puppy or kitten comes in for vaccination. And every time a policy is extended, or a client takes out a new policy with us, you’ll be given an entry into the draw. So next time, it might be you!
Working with Agria
Agria is committed to developing products and services that satisfy the changing needs of pet owners and the many organisations that support them. You and your clients will benefit from:
- Veterinary qualified claims team
- Fast and efficient claims process
- Claims settled directly to the client or even to your practice
- Locally based service team with knowledge of UK veterinary practices