Monthly Archives: June 2012

Trupanion’s J.B. Stine Awarded Patriot Award

The Washington Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), an agency of the Department of Defense, today awarded J.B. Stine, Vice President of Operations at Trupanion, with the Patriot Award in recognition of extraordinary support of an … Continue reading

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Featured Pet Insurance Review – Awesome

10/10 Awesome I just want to say thanks to this company for making it possible for my dog to get the care he needs. All the worry about how I am going to pay for my pets care is not … Continue reading

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This Week in Testimonials – 6/29

This insurance is great! My vet faxed in a claim on Friday, they sent me an email that day that they got it. Then, by the next week, I got my reimbursement checks. Love the service! -Scott S. Thank you … Continue reading

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Mugly is the World’s Ugliest Dog

The Associated Press reported that last Friday, a collection of the world’s “ugliest” dogs gathered together in Northern California to compete for the annual title of the World’s Ugliest Dog, fame, $1,000 and a year’s supply of treats. Mugly, an … Continue reading

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Dog mom nurses orphan kittens

In this week’s pet news, an uncommon pet relationship arises between a mama dog and a litter of orphan kittens. Eighty-four year-old Elbert Bristow of Columbia owns a 2-year-old white dog named Molly and a cat whom he called “Kitty … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Mourning the loss of a Pet

Losing a pet is an extremely hard process to face. For most of us, our pets are not just animals, they are family. Once our pet passes we are often left feeling lonely, like a piece of us is missing. … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Pet Allergies are Real

The following is another 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

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Pet Health Concerns: Patellar Luxation

Patellar Luxation is also known as luxating patella and quite a number of different dog breeds are susceptible to this condition. Luxating patella happens when the kneecap (patella) moves around or displaces in and out of place. This can eventually … Continue reading

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Our BlogPaws Adventure and Pictures

Last weekend, my coworker Michelle and I had the pleasure of flying to Salt Lake City, UT for the fourth annual BlogPaws conference! If you’ve never heard of it, BlogPaws is a two-day convention in which pet lovers, pet bloggers, … Continue reading

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Tru Interview: Laura with Penny, Daphne, Mogli and Baloo

Our Tru Interview series continues with Laura, who shares her home with two dogs (Penny and Daphne) and two cats (Mogli and Baloo). What is your background? How are you involved with pets? My name is Laura Call and I … Continue reading

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