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Join in the fun and help us hit our target
At PitPat we’re passionate about the benefits of play and we need your help. Playing with your dog keeps them mentally stimulated throughout their lifetime. It shouldn’t be an optional extra but an essential for their wellbeing. That’s why we’re targeting a whopping 1 billion minutes of activity with PitPat in 2018. Demand a #playrise, demand a PitPat!
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Learn to play with PitPat’s Play Masterclass video series
Our veterinary play expert Emily Blackwell explores the power of play in this series of mini videos. From dogs’ mental and physical health to our own, and favourite toys to training tips, hear it all from the expert!
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We are pawsitively delighted to have MORE TH>N supporting our Movement for More Play.
About MORE TH>N
At MORE TH>N we’re on a mission to shake up the stuffy world of insurers and replace ‘just about good enough’ with ‘more than you expected’. From the products we offer to the service we provide, our customers and their families are at the heart of what we do. That’s why we do more.
MORE TH>N is one of the biggest pet insurers in the UK and we feel passionately about pets. We are committed to taking care of our customers’ cats and dogs, as we understand pets are part of your family.
At MORE TH>N we’re keen to promote the importance of responsible pet ownership as we believe that happy pets are healthy pets. We are proud to work in partnership with PitPat and support their #playrise campaign designed to educate dog owners about the benefits of play and inspire them to give their dogs what they need – a #playrise!
Quote from Andrew Moore:
“Play is a really important part of your dog’s life. It enriches their day and engages them, bringing both entertainment and activity. It’s not only great for their health and fitness but also their mental health. Plus it’s a great way for us to bond with our dogs, and get some exercise at the same time!”