Direct Line Pet Insurance

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Win £250 Worth of John Lewis Vouchers

Our pets mean the world to us. Their unconditional love, the joy they bring us or their unwavering loyalty. But what if your pet was to have an accident or need emergency medical treatment? It could end up costing you hundreds if not thousands of pounds. There is no animal NHS to pick up this cost.

That's where Direct Line Pet Insurance can help, with loads of great offers to get your pets back on their paws should they get injured, fall ill or go walkies. Taking out a policy doesn't have to be expensive either. Pet cover is becoming increasingly essential as the cost of vets bills continues to rise. Technological advancements in veterinary medicine have meant that vets are able to provide more comprehensive treatments and this has caused bills to rise steadily. Yet pet insurance itself can start from just a few pounds a month, enabling you to avoid most of these unexpected costs, whenever they arise.

Direct Line Pet Insurance are currently giving away 12 months' cover for the price of 10. And that's not all, 24/7 helplines available to customers, a 15% multi-pet discount AND,if you,or a member of your household,are already a Direct Line customer, you'll get an extra 10% off!

To find out more about what Direct Line Pet Insurance can offer, go to www.directline.com/pet-insurance.

Direct Line Pet Insurance are also giving you the chance to treat your pet or yourself by giving you the chance to win £250 worth of John Lewis vouchers.

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