Pickle says…. I was so excited when Petplan Equine contacted Mummy recently to see if I would like to make my dream horse with them….
I drew a picture of what my Dream Horse would look like…..
I did add the word Roblox (one of my current obsessions) but Mummy explained that it wouldn’t be a great idea, because if I go off Roblox, the word would still be on my horse. Instead of drawing my horse again I decided to leave it as it was. I was really happy with my horse and worried that I wouldn’t be able to draw it the same again.
So, Mummy just explained to the lovely people at Petplan, and they said it was no problem at all!
Sooooo, I could not WAIT for the day for my dream horse to be delivered. When he did arrive I LOVED him!
He is absolutely, 100% exactly the same as my drawing! The colours, the feet – which included two dragon claws, the colours, everything. He is actually a dragon horse – see his wings? I have called him Taco. Thank you SO MUCH Petplan Equine Horse Insurance.
So, who are Petplan Equine?
Since Petplan started in 1976, their priority has been to keep the nation’s horses healthy and their owners happy.
They offer the very best equine insurance policies and great customer service, helping owners to get thier beloved horses back to health following illness or injury.
From the start, Petplan understood that horse owners have specific needs when it comes to finding the right insurance policy, and became one of only a few equine insurance providers to offer genuine ‘lifetime’ policies. As well as there Covered for Life® policies, they also have a 12-month policy that is designed to suit all needs.
Petplan works with more animal rehoming charities than any other pet insurance provider and they are committed to supporting charities and the vital work they do in every way. Petplan work with more than 1,200 charities throughout the UK and in 1994, the Petplan Charitable Trust was formed which has so far raised more than £7million towards a better, healthier world for animals.
Have you heard of Petplan Equine?