Agria Pet Insurance has launched an enhanced new range of promotional tools to be used within practice waiting and consultation rooms, designed to help vets increase the number of clients insuring their pets with Agria’s Lifetime pet insurance product
Lifetime cover as standard… that you can talk about
Showcased at London Vet Show 2013 for the first time; the new range of Agria tools which include leaflets, dispensers and posters have been designed to allow vets and support staff to talk about the importance of Lifetime pet insurance without having to go through the lengthy process of becoming an appointed representative.
Agria’s Lifetime pet insurance policies offer a ‘pick and mix’ choice of benefit and cover options, thereby allowing clients to tailor the policy to meet the needs of their pet, as well as their budget.
For practices who are already an appointed representative of another insurer, there is no regulatory barrier to displaying and using Agria materials as well.
£25 cashback every year for routine healthcare
Agria’s Lifetime pet insurance policies include a £25 cashback benefit, which is sent directly to the client; it contributes toward the cost of their pet’s booster vaccination or annual health check; thereby encouraging repeat footfall back into practice every year.
4 Weeks Free insurance at primary vaccination – activated by the owner!
The Agria package also includes a 4 week free period of cover which is designed to complement the practice’s vaccination programme and because it’s activated by the owner instead of the practice; helps reduce administration and disruption during busy surgery times.
Practices who want to find out how to make Agria’s Lifetime pet insurance available for their clients or arrange a visit from their Territory Manager should call FREE on 0800 369 90 98 or visit www.agriapet.co.uk/veterinary
Notes for editors: Agria Pet Insurance is underwritten by Agria International Forsakring AB. Agria is one of the leading animal insurers in the world, dominates the Scandinavian animal insurance sector, insured its first horse in 1890 & enjoys strong relations with vets, breeders & other animal organisations.