Petplan Pet Insurance, a global leader in animal healthcare market, has recently announced its decision of extending its existing alliance with AARP members for a further of three years. Reportedly, the renewed insurance offer will assist thousands of aging American nationals to lower their financial strain, owing to the fact that the expenditure on animal healthcare has been on the rise.
For the record, AARP is the largest non-government, non-profit organization committed to empowering Americans aged 50 and older to strengthen their lives as they age. The organization which boasts of almost 38 million members, has empowered communities and focused on financial stability, personal fulfillment and health security of families across the U.S.
In the recent past, the innovative policies launched to cater the pet insurance market by Petplan pet insurance-North America, the sister company of Petplan UK, have received tremendous acclaim from leading industry analysts with the company receiving an A+ rating by S&P.
The insurance offer is anticipated to considerably impact animal healthcare industry as the offer assures millions of AARP members to have access to inexpensive pet insurance.
Furthermore, sources cite that the offer will ensure exclusive offers and discounted rates to AARP members such as a 10% discount on monthly premiums if being paid online. AARP members in addition, will also be able to avail numerous facilities – steadfast 24/7 customer care team to facilitate the insurance policy, zero restrictions to avail services of any veterinarian in North America, total coverage for unexpected injuries and new illnesses, and a subscription to the fetch! magazine of Petplan, among other services. Experts claim that Petplan’s extended offer is likely to augment the popularity of animal healthcare market in the ensuing years.
Natasha Ashton, co-founder of Petplan, has been quoted stating that Petplan’s goal is not just to offer financial help to pet owners but to assist them in supporting the overall health of their four-legged family member through all the phases of life.