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How pet health clubs help you save money on your pet’s health care reading-time-icon 1 min read

Many vets offer their clients the chance to join a pet health club. Membership is a great way to save money while spreading the cost of routine, preventative healthcare for your pet.

Pet health clubs let you pay a fixed monthly amount that covers all your pet’s essential routine healthcare, such as annual injections, flea/worm treatment and often includes discount on things such as neutering, dental care and pet food.

As well as being an affordable way to keep your pet happy and healthy with all the routine healthcare they need, members also benefit from year-round savings on pet-related products.

Pet Health Club memberships start at just £11.99 a month for a rabbit, £14.60 per month for a cat or £16.60 a month for a dog. 

What is the Pet Health Club?

Unlike insurance, the Pet Health Club covers the regular, routine treatments such as vaccinations, health checks and flea, worm and parasite treatments, all in an affordable monthly payment plan. 

Membership of our Pet Health Club gets you:

  • Routine vaccinations (including Kennel Cough)
  • Two health assessments/consultations each year
  • Free microchipping (or discount voucher if already chipped) 
  • Year round flea and worm treatment
  • 25% off lifestyle and prescription diets
  • 20% off neutering
  • 20% off selected lifelong medications
  • Free nurse clinics

PLUS 

  • 100% discount on direct claims administration fees
  • 50% off your first bag of food
  • 10% off all dentistry
  • 10% off all pet shop sales
  • 10% off geriatric screening tests
  • Nail clips and teeth checks
  • Annual urine test

How do I join? 

Joining the Pet Health Club is easy – just visit your local vet for an application form and they will sign you up right away.

More information on the Pet Health Club

For full details of Pet Health Club, visit www.thepethealthclub.co.uk or speak to your local vet.

Find your nearest vet using our Find a Vet page, or speak to a vet online using Online Vets.

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