Petsecure pet insurance for Australian Pet OwnersPetsecure proudly supports the many hard working pet rescue organisations across Australia. So when you choose Petsecure pet insurance, you not only get the best cover for your pets. You are also helping our rescue partners. They can continue with the valuable work they do saving the lives of thousands of cats and dogs every year.
Petsecure Dog InsuranceWelcome to the joys of having a dog in the family! Having a dog in the family can be a real joy. It’s also a big responsibility that can be costly over your pet’s lifetime. More than $25,000, according to the AVA’s Family Pooch Index. Unforeseen costs, such as major veterinary treatment for emergencies and degenerative diseases, can also be prohibitively expensive. If you don’t have pet insurance, these costs may even be beyond your means. Pet insurance can be a life saver Being faced with the prospect of euthanasia due to financial reasons is not something anyone would want to go through. If you take out Petsecure pet insurance now, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your vet bills can be managed and your furry friend will receive the treatment and care they need at every stage of their life.
When can I insure my dog or puppy?Pre-existing conditions are illnesses or injuries that an animal develops prior to being insured and these conditions are not covered by pet insurance. So the sooner you insure your dog or puppy, the sooner they will be covered. Even if they then go on to develop one of these conditions. Puppies are adventurous, so you never know when they might need a vet. Having pet insurance in place from an early age means they’ll be covered no matter what life throws at them. You can cover your dog from as early as eight weeks old, but no later than nine years old. Once covered, they will continue to be covered for illness for the rest of their lives. As long as your premiums have been kept up to date without a lapse or change in circumstances.
Why choose Petsecure Pet Insurance?Petsecure offers you more for your money when insuring your dog, with great benefits such as. Up to 85% back on eligible vet’s bills up to the annual benefit. No excess to pay. A choice of either Accident Cover or Accident & Illness Cover plus optional Wellness Care. A choice of either 75% or 85% benefit amount to help you lower your premium. The option to pay annually and avoid administration fees. Generous claim limits (up to $12,000 pa with Accident & Illness Cover and $8,000 pa with Accident Cover). The freedom to choose your own vet Immediate cover for Accidental Injury. Continued cover for chronic conditions in later life. A 10% discount if you own an assistance dog, are a pension card holder or your dog came from an affiliated rescue organisation. Insure your dog now and rest easy. Insure your best friend today and protect them for the rest of their life. If you sign up today, we’ll also include a free custom-engraved designer dog tag.
Petsecure Cat InsuranceCat Insurance Irresistable kittens, growing into adorable cats! That adorable kitten peeking out at you from a cage in the animal shelter is hard to resist. If you’re able to give it a good home, why wouldn’t you? The only drawback is that many people forget. Kittens will grow into a mature cat requiring continual care for the rest of its life. Part of that care will include veterinary treatment for unexpected illness or injuries. This can be expensive if you don’t have pet insurance. Fortunately, Petsecure offers affordable cover for your cat or kitten so that you can provide them with the very best care.
How much does it cost to look after a cat?Owning a cat can be costly. According to NSW RSPCA, initial costs for the first year can be up to $2,545, depending on their purchase price and council registration fees. Ongoing costs can be at least $720 a year. On top of all that is the ever-present threat of unforeseen vet treatment for diseases or emergencies. So if you don’t have cat insurance, you could be looking at thousands of dollars to save your kitty. Money that you may not have.
When can I insure my cat or kitten?Arranging your insurance sooner rather than later will give you peace of mind knowing the cover is there if it’s needed. Plus, you’ll avoid the likelihood of your cat developing a condition now that won’t be covered when you take out insurance later on (known as a pre-existing medical condition). You can cover your cat from just eight weeks. As long as they’re under nine years old. They are eligible for illness cover and once they turn nine, they’ll continue to be covered for the rest of their lives, providing you keep up your payments. Reasons to choose Petsecure cat insurance Petsecure insurance offers superior cover for your cat or kitten, with a range of great benefits:
Vet BillsUp to 85% of eligible vet’s bills, up to the annual benefit limit, excess-free. The option of Accident Cover or Accident & Illness Cover plus additional Wellness Care. Options to receive either 75% or 85% of eligible vet’s bills to help lower your premium. The option of annual payment to avoid administration fees. The ability to claim up to $12,000 a year on Accident & Illness Cover and $8,000 a year on Accident Cover. The option to choose your own licensed Australian vet. The peace of mind of immediate cover for Accidental Injury. Ongoing coverage for life after the age of nine, without a reduction in benefit limit, as long as you keep paying your premiums. Continued coverage for chronic conditions after the age of nine 10% off your premium if you have a pension card or obtained your cat through an affiliated rescue organisation.
Pet Rescue Insurance Petsecure’s Commitment To Pet Rescue Organisations And Their ClientsThere’s a quote on Animal Rescue QLD’s website that we don’t think they’ll mind us using: “The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated”. Ghandi said it first, and we believe it sums up what animal rescue is all about. Too many pets in Australia are abandoned. Homeless, living in shelters, or being destroyed before they even have a chance at life. Petsecure provides support to a growing number of pet rescue organisations across Australia. We help them in their work to change this situation for the better. While these organisations are on the frontline rescuing as many pets as possible, at Petsecure we also want to support and encourage those who adopt their pet from a Rescue Organisations. We know that every pet adopted means a space for another pet to be rescued.
What Rescue Pets Get With PetsecureWhen you adopt a cat or dog through a rescue organisation, and insure it with Petsecure, we’ll give you a 10% discount on premiums. As long as you continuously hold a policy with us. To get your discount, simply enter the promo code RESC14 when you apply for cover. Your discount will be applied when your policy is issued.
Benefits Of Pet InsuranceOwning a pet can be expensive, especially if it’s injured or develops an illness. The average vet fees for treating multiple fractures or diabetes are around $2,500 which is a lot of money. Especially if you’re on a budget. As your pets get older, they can develop chronic conditions that require ongoing treatment. So having your pet insured early makes great sense, as pre-existing conditions are excluded. So you need to get cover before there are any signs of a condition. When you choose Petsecure pet cover, you are also helping other cats and dogs that are less fortunate than your own.
The Advantage With Petsecure Pet InsuranceWe give you the option of basic Accident Cover, covering unexpected costs if your pet is injured, and Accident & Illness Cover, which provides cover for vet costs arising from both accidental injury and illness. We cover up to 85% of your vet bills, with no excess, up to $8,000 a year with Accident Cover and up to $12,000 with Accident & Illness Cover. Plus we include lots of little extras. Like up to $20 a day for boarding your pet if you find yourself hospitalised for five or more days. Or if your pet needs treatment for a paralysis tick, your Accident & Illness Cover includes a $500 benefit towards the vet fees. Over the last 15 years, thousands of pet owners have trusted us with their pet insurance needs. We believe you and your rescue pet will also benefit from the affordable protection. Peace of mind is what we offer at Petsecure.
Needing to Fundraise?
Looking for a new fundraising idea with no outlay?
Are you involved with a charitable organisation, school, group, club or sporting group? Pet Stays have a unique and easy fundraising opportunity for your organisation? Yes we will give you cash rewards.Are you always trying to fundraise and finding it’s getting harder. Looking for a new fundraising idea with no outlay? Struggle with new ideas? Are you tired of the chocolate drives and the sausage sizzles? Do you know someone with a pet or involved in the pet industry? Well then. Pet Stays has the answer right here for you so your group will reach their next financial fundraising goal. Pet ownership in Australia is constantly on the rise. We love our animals. A new idea for your next fundraising drive. Very easy and offering great cash rewards. There is absolutely no outlay to your group. Well you cannot ask for more than that.
So what’s it all about you ask?Pet Stays is an Australian Pet Directory dedicated to pets. The one stop pet shop, simplifying customers needs to find a groomer, vet, dog walker, dog trainer, pet sitter and even doggie treats and supplies. We connect suppliers of pet products and pet services to the vast pet community. We have very recently launched our website and we would love your help to spread the word. In return we will reward you with a very attractive income stream. We give you the opportunity to raise funds effectively and risk free and you will definitely have the opportunity to make a profit. Such a refreshing change to the chocolate drives and sausage sizzles.
If you would like to know moreWe would love to hear from you. Contact our admin team via our website today and we can get you started in reaching your financial target. https://www.petstays.net.au
Wanting to earn extra funds? Join our Pet Stays Family as a Pet SitterSo you love animals and animals seem to love you? Patting, feeding, exercising and walking dogs. Cuddling cats and even playing with rabbits. Did you ever think you could get paid to play with dogs, cats, rabbits and other critters? Wanting to earn extra funds? Join our Pet Stays Family as a Pet Sitter Become a Pet Sitter with Pet Stays and you can get paid for your passion. Turn this into a fun job at the same time getting fit and enjoying the outdoors. Pet Stays have full time, part time, temporary and casual pet sitters all around Australia but we always need to recruit more to cover demand. We operate a trusted online booking website connecting pet owners with friendly local dog walkers and pet sitters. It is free to join. Just click the link below and complete the application form and our admin team will aim to respond to you within 48 hours. https://petstays.net.au/pet-sitters/post-a-profile/ Don’t wait. Apply Now to join our team of loving and caring pet sitters and dog walkers. Just a few reasons why you will love joining and working with Pet Stays: Be your own boss offers you flexible hours to work around your lifestyle. Earn money from your own home. Create your rates, although we are happy to guide you. So you’ve got the skills, you’re still reading, and you’re wondering if you will make the grade and become part of the valued Pet Stays community? Well put your best foot forward. Creatively create your own unique profile indicating your experience and the services that you would like to offer such as dog walking, boarding, doggy daycare, house sitting and much more. Share with us and your potential clients a little about yourself along with your prior experience with pets. Describe the excellent care and details about your home/space you will provide to your furry clients.
What Pet Stays needWe look for happy and friendly people to join us who are prepared to go above and beyong for the pets in their care and their clients. Only the highest quality sitters and dog walkers are listed on Pet Stays. If you are passionate about providing a responsible, warm and friendly pet-care experience, you could be the perfect fit.
Pet Stays TeamOur team carefully reviews and verifies each individual listing on the Pet Stays website. If approved, congratulations – you qualify for the job! Your profile will become live and you’re ready to pet sit. All you need to do now is set your availability calender and decide which animal/s you’ll take responsibility for. Organise with pet owners and arrange meet-and-greets all via the Pet Stays website. Our user-friendly website make it easy to accept bookings and quickly communicate with your pet owner clients. Start pet sitting and have loads of cuddles and fun! Don’t forget to upload images to your profile page and send photo updates to pet owners. This helps show them you care and also you will benefit from reviews of your dedication and work.
Being a Pet Sitter or Dog WalkerBeing a pet sitter and offering your services on the Pet Stays website is free. When you receive a confirmed booking you will you be liable for a 15% contribution to Pet Stays. This will automatically be removed from your final payment. This contribution allows Pet Stays to effectively and efficiently manage our community as well as to provide you with online secure payments, marketing and customer support. Our 24/7 customer service team is always at your service!
ANZAC Day Lest We ForgetThe Purple Poppy Pet Stays would like to remind you and All Australians and New Zealanders about not only the men and women who went to war, but also the animals. ANZAC DAY 25th April 2018. Show your respect and gratitude and remember them everyday. Every Poppy supports the Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation. Show your support and follow this link and buy a purplepoppy. www.purplepoppies.com.au/buy.php ANIMALS are put to many uses in war. Sometimes they have jobs to do — horses and donkeys used to transport soldiers and equipment. Dogs tracking, locating and carrying messages. Other animals were mascots and pets.
The “Animal” Poppy Most people are unaware that as well as the traditional red poppy worn to mark the Armistice Day of 11 November 1918, that there is also the purple poppy, remembering animals that died during conflict.To commemorate all the animal deeds and sacrifices in war, the Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation (AWAMO) has issued a purple poppy, which can be worn alongside the traditional red one. Just like other countries including the United Kingdom people are encouraged to wear the purple poppy alongside the traditional red poppy as a reminder that both humans and animals have and continue to serve.
The Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation
Throughout our nation’s history in theatres of combat around the world, animals have served and protected members of Australia’s Armed Forces.
AWAMO is a volunteer organisation made up of community members from diverse backgrounds that have the like-minded aim to recognise the deeds of animals during Australian military service and to educate the next generation of Australians to understand the sacrifices of our four legged diggers have made. Funds raised from donation and the sale of purple poppies are used by AWAMO to establishing memorials around Australia and overseas in places like France and Gallipoli to recognise the sacrifice animals have made in the aid or comfort of defence personnel. We all remember the story of Simpson and his donkey and as far back as the Boer war horses that carried our soldiers across the veldt in the Boer War. Animals continue to serve in places like Afghanistan, where explosive detection dogs and their handlers work the frontline and animals have helped soldiers cope with post-traumatic stress. Your support will help Australia’s war animals receive the recognition they deserve “Lest we forget our four legged diggers served too”. You can find more information about AWAMO here
A Pooch Affair Doggie Day OutThis is a boutique indoor event for dog lovers in the Canberra region that unites those active in the dog community with those whose domestic animals are a part of the family.
Event DetailsWhen Saturday 16th June 2018 Where Exhibition Park in Canberra, Mitchell Time 10am – 4pm Theme Denim and Diamonds Door entry is $15 per adult, $10 concession , Child FREE ( 12 yrs and under) Dogs are a gold coin donation to RSPCA ACT
- Doggie Retail Mall and Diner
- Breed Play Area
- Doggie Day Spa
- Entertainment, Presentations and Demos
- Competitions and Giveaways
- Come and Try Agility
- Animal Rescue & Not-for Profit Community Groups
- High Tea with Dogs ( pre purchase online only) http://www.apoochaffair.com.au/hightea.php
High Tea With Your DogThis unique dining experience allows you and your four-legged friend to get dressed up and indulge in gourmet treats. Packages include a selection of sweet and savoury treats, a glass of champagne, coffee and a range of teas. Your canine companion will enjoy gourmet treats provided by Pupcake Bakery, puppycinos and a takeaway doggie treat bag. Numbers are limited for each session and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If your preferred time is unavailable at the time of booking we will contact you to offer you an alternative. Each High Tea session runs for one hour and will start on time so please don’t be late. This year’s theme is “Denim & Diamonds”. Make sure you dress your dog up as there will be prizes awarded on the day for the Best Dressed! Pre-purchase online only http://www.apoochaffair.com.au/hightea.php Includes entry to A Pooch Affair Doggie Mall A complimentary “Paws and Pose” photo booth will be available for you to take lots of happy snaps of your special doggie day out!
Meet the exhibitors for A Pooch Affair 2018There are two sections to the Doggie Mall – retail exhibitors in Budawang Pavilion, and Not-For-Profit / Animal Rescue / Community Group exhibitors in Coorong Pavilion.
Activities & AttractionsThere’s lots to see and do at A Pooch Affair 2018 Check the Event Schedule so you don’t miss out at www.apoochaffair.com.au!
The launch of The One Stop Pet Directory & Booking Platform is now here
WE ARE LAUNCHING NOWIt is all about the who’s who in the world of pet products and pet services. Everything from vets to groomers, pet sitters and dog walkers, rescue centres and pet events, dog friendly cafes, wineries and restaurants, dog trainers, pet businesses for sale or to buy, dog friendly parks and beaches, pet insurance, first aid and industry training, giveaways and prizes and so much more. This is a great opportunity for the pet industry to collaborate with us, your peers and definately to your target audience. In conjunction with rescue centres, I am offering promoting adopt a pet profiles on my website and social media to try and find our furry friends loving homes. If you have a cat or dog in your shelter or rescue centre that needs to shine like a star and is needing to be rehomed, please contact us and we will aim to put them up in lights. If you or anyone you know have any pet events coming up, you are welcome to list them on my website. Coming soon will be an affiliate program for referrals who introduce business to my site. I imagine it to be a great fundraiser for charitable organisations such as rescue centres. I am also in the process of creating a Pet Industry Forum for all us pet and animal lovers to network with one another. Sign up to our newsletter and stay tuned for all our new projects. Do you or someone you know involved in the pet industry or just love animals? Share our page and jump to www.petstays.net.au to join with us. For businesses, head to the sign up page and create your listing and add any photos and text you would like included. I look forward to welcoming you all to Pet Stays and I appreciate your support. Please leave any suggestions or comments and if you require any further assistance please contact team Pet Stays. Stay safe, happy and well. Jeannene Pet Stays Owner www.petstays.net.au PS: I would love if you would like and share my website and Facebook page, spreading the word of my new venture with all your fellow pet lovers and carers www.petstays.net.au https://www.facebook.com/PetStays.net.au/