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Yearly Archives: 2011
9/10 excellent Was able to fax the forms to the claims center. They were acknowledged within 2 days and within the week and I was notified as to what amounts to expect as reimbursement. They do not pay for “consultations”–(the … Continue reading
Yeah! My @Trupanion paid for my dental extractions (less the cleaning & deductible)! So happy! My mouth doesn’t hurt anymore either! – Evie & Flash greyhounds (Cindi P.) Thank you so much for all of your assistance with our Rosie. … Continue reading
Here are our furry friends exploring the cold snow! We hope they are all staying warm this winter, and thanks to all of the pet owners for sharing these wonderful pet pictures!
When the holidays roll around, they bring all kinds of new and interesting objects for pets. These pets are curiously exploring bows, candy canes, gifts, and more! We love all of these beautiful photos! Happy Holidays!
The following is a guest post from Ashley Spade. Ashley, in addition to being Sir Winston Pugsalot the First’s favorite human, is a blogger and law student. She volunteers at her local pug rescue in between studying and training for … Continue reading
A recent article in the New York Times discusses the affects of war on our canine soldiers. Just like our men and women in the military, many of our military dogs are suffering from the effects of combat, including developing … Continue reading
Guinness came to us as a foster dog back in July. As first time doggy foster parents, we really hadn’t intended to keep him but in no time at all he was a part of the family, and we couldn’t … Continue reading
Camerata is an 11-year-old Chocolate Labrador Retriever has been experiencing complications with her stomach. She has been spending a lot of time (9 days!) at the veterinary clinic this December. Camerata was an unfortunate victim of bloat, a life-threatening condition … Continue reading
Reindeer are just dogs with antlers, right? These dogs sure seem to think so! They are suited up and ready to get to work tonight! We love the proud displays of reindeer antlers on these dogs who are ready for … Continue reading