Dog Friendly Award

Agria wins most Dog Friendly Employer award!

Congratulations to Agria Pet Insurance, winners of the coveted Most Dog Friendly Employer Award at The DogFriendly Awards 2017, in association with Eurotunnel Le Shuttle.

Up against some very stiff competition, Agria came out on top after being nominated and then securing the award by winning a large public vote. This is the second year DogFriendly, the UK’s largest directory of dog friendly places, has recognised the country’s most dog friendly businesses.

As well as caring for dogs through carefully tailored insurance, Agria takes their love of man’s best friend far beyond their products. Employees’ and visitors’ dogs are welcome in the office and Agria’s support of many canine/human charities, such as Medical Detection Dogs and Dogs for the Disabled, sees the business frequently raising and donating money to them.

With specialist, lifetime insurance policies for working dogs, cover for agility dogs and bespoke ‘Pick & Mix’ affordable cover options, the 127-year-old pet insurer Agria demonstrates a deep understanding of appropriate, accessible care for every type of dog.

This award is even more special for Agria as it means they are now officially both dog and cat friendly! Agria has also previously earned ‘Cat Friendly’ status from International Cat Care – a leading charity and global authority on cats.

Steve Bennett, Director of DogFriendly presented the award at Discover Dogs to Agria’s Brand Marketing Executive, Anna Thomas.

Anna Says, “We are absolutely thrilled to have won this award. Agria is a unique place as the whole team are animal lovers and, as many of us have dogs, we get to enjoy their company in the office. Our products wouldn’t be as they are if we weren’t so passionate about pets, so it’s really fantastic to have been recognised as ‘Dog Friendly’!”

To find out more about the awards visit www.dogfriendly.co.uk

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