E: 26/09 Win £2,000 Worth of Pet Holiday Vouchers

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On Virgin Radio we have teamed up with Bought By Many pet insurance to give away £2,000 worth of PetsPyjamas vouchers to put toward your next pet-friendly holiday!

Bought By Many launched their pet insurance in 2017 and designed their policies around feedback from thousands of cat and dog owners. They understand that their customers want the absolute best for their pets so have come up with a few helpful tips and tricks to ensure your four-legged friends are happy and stimulated:

If your feline friends are more the at-home type or your outdoor cat is sheltering inside, help them discover the great indoors by dedicating a short period of play time with them each day. Encourage them to stalk, pounce and chase in the play sessions and be sure to switch up their toys to keep them interested and challenged.

Does your pup sit low to the ground, have short fur, or is lean-bodied? If so, in the colder months they may need help keeping warm on their wintery walks as any dog can get hypothermia. As well as looking super stylish, jumpers or coats are useful for some to make sure that they’re a comfortable, snug and happy. If your pup is showing any of the following signs when in the cold, they probably need that extra layer: shivering, breathing rapidly, and ears and feet are cold to the touch.

And don’t forget, if you’re looking to bring your four-legged friend with you on holiday, then enter below for your chance to win £2,000 worth of PetsPyjamas vouchers to put toward your next pet-friendly break. Simply answer the following question correctly and fill out your details to be in with a chance of winning.

That’s all thanks to Bought By Many - pet insurance even your pet might recommend.

In 2019, what became the most popular dog breed in the UK? *
Labrador Retriever
Staffordshire Bull Terrier
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