We welcomed 2020 with inspiring yet mostly unrealistic resolutions. However, with the current struggling economic climate, it’s imperative for you, and your entire family (furry members included) to create and implement some financial resolutions that will assist during this bleak outlook.
David Roache, Managing Director of dotsure.co.za, says that financial resolutions don’t have to be intimidating and that it’s all about putting in a little and gaining a lot.
‘For many, saving just R100 a month won’t make too much of a dent on their day-to-day life, but come a rainy day, they’ll be grateful to have that little bit extra to fall back on. The same applies for pet insurance; your output far outweighs the input.’
South African pet parents have become more attentive in their purchases of pet care products, opting for products and services that treat pets as part of the family. For as little as R73 per month, come that rainy day (no pet parent likes to think about) your pet will be covered. Our lives are so stressful as is, why let rising vet bills become a pet hate? Pet insurance gives you peace of mind that if, and when, something happens to your fur baby, you don’t have to choose between your pet’s life and your finances.
‘You wouldn’t think twice about paying for a comprehensive medical aid plan for you and your family, so why should providing for our furry family members be any different? Pet insurance isn’t just a ‘nice to have’ but a necessity in today’s tough times,’ concludes Roache.