Bury, Lancashire, United Kingdom, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- With rising vet bills and talks of compulsory pet insurance, it may soon be necessary to seek debt management advice in order to be able to afford to keep your pet.
Saga Pet Insurance has revealed that the average UK vet bill has doubled in the last three years, putting the average annual bill at £598. Yet owners in the North West of England suffer with particularly sick pets, seeing their fees reach £646 per year.
Most animal lovers wouldn’t want their pets to suffer and would like to think they can afford treatment when necessary. But shocking reports from the Telegraph say some pet owners have to resort to having their pets put down as a result of unaffordable vet bills.
Debt Release Direct (www.debtreleasedirect.co.uk) has been helping people with financial woes for over 10 years and continues to do so no matter what the reason for the debt. Just like pet owners wouldn’t want their animals to suffer, Debt Release Direct doesn’t want indebted individuals to be wracked with financial worries, especially when there are solutions to help.
Chris Bannister from Debt Release Direct, said: “Unfortunately, the people who need insurance the most are the people who can least afford it.”