PitPat has today announced it is partnering with Bought By Many Pet Insurance for PitPat Life, a monthly membership plan that rewards happy, healthy dogs and their owners through perks, points and prizes.
The PitPat Life subscription includes an activity monitor which allows users to monitor their dog’s activity, set fitness goals and see recommended levels of exercise based on their dog’s age, breed, and sex. In the latest development in the world of Fintech, the partnership will see Bought by Many policyholders receive a code that awards them 10,000 points when they sign up to PitPat Life between May and the end of August 2019.
The points can be spent on any item in the PitPat Life online shop. Owners can add further points by hitting their dog’s daily activity goals as monitored by their PitPat device. Bought by Many believes in using technology to improve the lives of owners and pets, which is why it’s excited to partner with PitPat.
Bought By Many is growing rapidly in the UK’s £1.2bn pet insurance market. It has designed policies that improve pet insurance for dog and cat owners. Bought By Many’s Complete policy, with £15,000 of vet fee cover, is the most comprehensive available in the UK. It also offers policies and features such as cover for pre-existing conditions, money back if you don’t need to claim and a no-excess option.
Tens of thousands of pet owners have switched to Bought By Many or chosen its cover for a new pet. In the past 12 months it’s received more than 7,500 5-star reviews in the past year.
Oke Eleazu, Bought By Many’s COO, says: “We’re always looking for ways we can do more for our customers so teaming up with PitPat feels like a great opportunity to tell our policyholders about a useful service and offer them an added bonus.
We want our customers’ dogs to stay healthy throughout their lives and using PitPat is one way to make sure they’re getting enough exercise. And the 10,000 points we’re offering policyholders can be used to buy treats to reward their four-legged friends’ active lifestyles.”