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This option brings a financial relief particularly to the owners of uninsured pets.

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  • Do you mean 'financial relief' as in a payment(s)? or just relief from financial pressures? – Smock Jan 6 '20 at 13:15
  • Financial relief as in lower costs of treatment. – Martina Jan 6 '20 at 13:17
  • It's syntactically valid either way, but we wouldn't normally include the article when talking about bringing financial relief to someone. This preference is even stronger in contexts using the "bare" noun with no modifying adjective, as in This medicine brings / offers / gives relief to people with hay fever. – FumbleFingers Jan 6 '20 at 14:33
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It's completely fine to use that. But if I were you, I'd have explored other options such as 'eased the financial burden,' etc.

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