Agria explains how to double client spend on vet care at London Vet Show
At London Vet Show Agria Pet Insurance will be focussing on how having more insured clients can benefit practices, allowing pet owners to seek veterinary help earlier and more frequently, effectively doubling practice profit.1 Practice owners and managers are encouraged to talk to the Agria Team on stand E15 about how Agria Pet Insurance can benefit their practice.
There will be an opportunity on the stand to see how easy it is to activate 5 weeks free cover online for new puppy and kitten owners and to talk about the benefits of lifetime cover. The company will also be revealing exclusive news of an exciting new partnership at the event.
Anna Thomas, Agria Marketing Communications Executive, says pet insurance offers practices a great opportunity to double up on their profits, “At every stage insured clients are more confident about seeking help from their vet. Research shows that they seek veterinary intervention at the first sign of illness and are more engaged with preventative healthcare programmes.”
A key part of forging this positive relationship with new pet owners is ensuring new puppy and kitten owners understand the benefits of insuring their pet by offering Agria’s 5 weeks free cover. Practice team members will have the chance to take part in setting up free cover using a demonstration application on the Agria stand and to talk about developing a profitable business relationship with Agria.
All vets and vet nurses will be very aware that as pets get older, the chance that their insurance will be claimed upon will increase. However, many pet owners fail to realise that some companies refuse to renew policies after the pet reaches a certain age and trying to acquire cover for an older pet can be problematic. All Agria policies offer a commitment to renew for the pet’s lifetime allowing practices to continue delivering high quality care into the pet’s old age.
- Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Practice Management Consult, edited by Lowell Ackerman