Flynn Vets achieve Vetsure Accreditation
Flynn Vets now offer 5 Weeks’ Free* with Vetsure Pet Insurance
As a fully accredited Vetsure practice we are able to offer our clients an exclusive offer with Vetsure Pet Insurance – 5 weeks cover free of charge. In order to benefit from this offer, you can follow the link on our website to activate your 5 weeks free online, or pop into our practice and we will arrange for Vetsure to contact you and put your cover in place today!
Whether you contact them over the phone or activate your 5 weeks free online, Vetsure will help you understand the different levels of cover available. Whatever level of cover you choose, Vetsure will then give you the first 5 weeks free of charge. You can cancel at any time during this period without obligation. At the end of the 5 week period (provided you have not chosen to cancel) Vetsure will collect your first monthly instalment –this way, your pet will not have any potential ‘gaps’ in cover.
For more information call the Vetsure team on: 0800 050 2022 or visit vetsure.com to learn more about the policies on offer.
*Terms and conditions apply – visit vetsure.com for details on cover available.
Find out more about Pet Insurance and apply for your 5 weeks free insurance cover here.
Whether you are a new or an existing client, we would like to thank you for choosing Flynn Veterinary Centres.
We aim to provide excellence in customer and veterinary service and go above and beyond for clients, pets and the greater community.
We consider all our clients and patients as members of our extended family!
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