Share your top pet tips for FREE tickets to The Family Pet Show

For many of us, our cats and dogs are our family’s best friends. That’s why making sure that they are happy and healthy is so important. We want to know what you do to keep your precious pets happy and healthy.

And, as we are proud sponsors of The Family Pet Show again this year, if you share one of your top tips or a photo of your pet looking top notch and care free, you’ll be in with a chance of winning 1 of 100 free family tickets to The Family Pet Show.*

Did you also know that we offer great discounts for colleagues on pet insurance?

We’ve been offering pet insurance with market leaders Allianz for 7 years now as we know that our pets are massively important to our members and customers – and most importantly to you, our colleagues.

So, if you take out pet insurance with Co-op you will get 25% off your policy in your first year and then 20% every year after that.** Plus, if you take out a dog insurance policy direct from us before 20th September, you will also receive a free Pitpat activity monitor so you can really keep your eye on what your precious pooch is up to.***

So get sharing your tips and pics for a chance to win those tickets for a great family day out. And don’t forget to take a look at our fantastic pet insurance offers if your dog or cat needs cover.

*  Competition terms and conditions apply. Deadline for entries is Wednesday 23rd August. Ticket information – each ticket admits 2 adults and 2 children, with children under the age of 3 and pets going free. The event takes place Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October and the ticket covers you for either of these days.
** Offers available to new customers only and may be withdrawn at any time. A new customer is someone who has not had a pet insurance policy with Co-op Insurance in the last 12 months.
*** Free PitPat Dog Activity Monitor available to new customers who purchase a dog insurance policy direct from Co-op Insurance between the 24/04/2017 and 20/09/2017. Policies must start on or before the 19/10/2017. One gift per policy (subject to availability). Policies from price comparison sites and cashback sites are excluded. Existing Co-op Pet Insurance policyholders are not eligible to receive this offer. Customers will receive communication up to 6 weeks after policy purchase about how to redeem. For full Ts and Cs and details of how to redeem, visit Promoter: Co-op Insurance (29999R), registered office: Miller Street, Manchester, M60 0AL. A new customer is someone who has not had a pet insurance policy with Co-op Insurance in the last 12 months.

Join the conversation! 9 Comments

  1. I commented on the fb post.

    If you add abit of garlic to your pets food you’ll never have to worry about fleas!!! Told by my mum and tried it never had a problem for the whole 6 years owning multiple animals and fostering!

    • Make sure you’ve added your tip via the form above to be in with a chance of winning the tickets – the competition closes tomorrow: 23 August. ^Kevin

  2. Treat them like a part of the family , show affection to them and they will b your friend for life

  3. I have posted a picture of my Dog but I cant see it anywhere?

    • Hi Vicky, Have you posted it on the form linked from this story? I’ll get in touch with James who put this together and find out where the pictures sit… They won’t be sitting here on this page, but I’ll check and get back to you. ^Kevin

    • Hi Vicky. Just checked with James in the team and you have to add your photo (along with your tips) to the form that’s linked from this story above. Once you’ve accepted the T&Cs and submitted it, you should then get a confirmation that it’s all gone through. That’s when you know you’ve entered (but you won’t see your pic anywhere). Only entries through that form will count towards the competition for free tickets.
      James had a peep in the back end for you and says he can’t see your submission, so might be worth having another go through that form.
      Hope that helps and your dog gets their moment of fame :-). ^Kevin

  4. I’ve submitted my entry, but I concur with Mandy; deciding to get a pet should never be made on whim; pets are expensive and take up so much time, but it’s worth it. You need to provide the best that your pet deserves, not the best you can afford. If you can’t afford to pay for good quality food, vaccinations, vet appointments etc. then do yourself and the animal a favour and get furby! Pets are the best and should be given the best.

  5. Lots of love and affection and giving them healthy food, keeping appointments for checkups and vacinations. Lots of cuddles 🙂

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