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With a lot of pet parents doing it tough at the moment, we’re here to help. If you’re in a vulnerable domestic position or experiencing financial difficulty, please contact us at help@petsure.com.au. Current circumstances have changed our method of service delivery, so please make claims and enquiries via your Pet Portal or by emailing your pet insurance provider for fast-tracking by our dedicated team.

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Paws & Learn with our Chief Vet Dr Dani Hoolahan and a range of industry experts with our new webinar series! With topics curated just for pet parents and Vets, these informative and interactive sessions are not to be missed.

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Paws & Learn with our industry experts in these free, upcoming webinars.
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30
Sep

Pet owners

Nutrition for Puppies and Kittens

Are you confused by the array of different pet foods available to feed your new furry friend? Join Veterinarians Dr Bryony Senic and Dr Jessica Mills from Hill’s Pet Nutrition as they discuss how the right nutrition can give your new puppy or kitten the best start in life.

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7
Oct
Vets

Enhancing patient care & improving client compliance

Poor compliance in the Veterinary industry is a quality of care issue, and one that can unfortunately leave many pets receiving less than ‘gold standard’ treatment. Enhancing client adherence with your clinic’s compliance recommendation and treatment protocol is not only good medicine, but it can also improve job satisfaction and make good business sense. In this webinar we join Dr Annabel Robertson, Professional Consulting Vet at Hills to discuss the findings of the biggest Veterinary compliance study, and the implications for improving client compliance to maximise patient outcomes.

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14
Oct

Pet owners

Pets: the best form of therapy

Pets really are the best medicine! In this webinar we meet Dr Nadine Hamilton from Positive Psych Solutions, a specialist and leading global authority on veterinary well-being, and discuss the many positive benefits of pet ownership – including improved mental health. If you’re looking for an excuse to add another furry family member to the mix – then this one’s not to be missed.

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18
Nov

Pet owners

The 12 perils for pets at Christmas

Christmas is coming! But along with the joy of extra family-time, fun and food, there comes an increased risk for our furry friends. In keeping with the 12 days of Christmas, this webinar with Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Specialist Dr Claire Sharp will discuss 12 common dangers our pets experience during the festive season.

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10
Feb
Vets

Positive practice for Veterinarians

In this webinar with leading worldwide authority on Veterinary wellbeing Dr Nadine Hamilton, we’ll discuss the role clients play within Veterinary practice, and the steps your clinic can take to help develop and maintain a happy and healthy workplace by managing client expectations and dealing with those dreaded difficult conversations.

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10
Mar
Vets

Connect with your clients – marketing without bull….

This webinar exclusively for Vet clinics with Engage Media’s Chief Content Officer Rob Johnson is mainly about digital marketing with Facebook, Google, Instagram, blogs etc – but more than that, it’s about how marketing actually works. It will side-step all the jargon about SEO, CMOs, APIs and AI that figures out your ROI (return on investment) and cut to the basics. It’ll explain how marketing is different to advertising; how digital media has made marketing cheaper and easier than ever; and why you, as a Vet, are in a better position to win at marketing than the biggest marketing agencies in the world.

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Frequently asked questions

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What is pet insurance?

Pet insurance helps provide peace of mind that you’ll be able to protect your pet should they suffer an unexpected illness or injury.

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Why aren’t pre-existing conditions covered?

Pet insurance exists to cover the unexpected. If a pet is already suffering from a condition or ailment, it’s no longer unexpected – therefore, won’t be covered under insurance.

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What is a pre-existing condition?

A pre-existing condition refers to any condition that shows signs or symptoms before your policy started, or during the applicable waiting period, and is therefore not covered under the policy.

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Will my premium increase every year?

Yes, your premium will increase each year. This is for two main reasons.

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Peace of mind with these policy tools

When your furry friend needs treatment, the last thing you want to be worrying about is how to make a pet insurance claim to help cover eligible costs. Get a head start by checking out these handy policy management tools for extra peace of mind and certainty.

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Meet Charlie #PetTale

Meet Charlie #PetTale

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Alison & Charlie, proud RSPCA Pet insurance customers, May 2020

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Supporting our future vets

We're proud to partner with the Future Vets Kids Camp to help two budding vets attend the program each year.

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Creating unique work experiences

Students uncover new career path possibilities whilst visiting PetSure as part of the University of Technology Sydney’s Galuwa Business and Law program.

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Claim on the spot with GapOnly™

Innovating the pet insurance claims experience, GapOnly™ reviews and calculates your pet insurance claim while you’re still at the vet. You simply pay the gap and go.

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Knowledge hub

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Ruby the Miniature Dachshund

Meet sassy Ruby, the Miniature Dachshund with IVDD | #PetTale

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Rubber bands are banned for Jenson | #PetTale

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Leptospirosis in pets

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So itchy! Atopic Dermatitis in dogs and cats

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