My first thoughts upon reading this claim were “aww, poor baby!” and yours might be, too. Poor Riley the 2-year-old German Shepherd was unfortunately in an accident where her tail got caught in a door.
A dog’s tail is made up of several small bones that support the structure and a tail injury could cause a break in the tail. Depending on the severity of the injury, treatment will include anything from rest, up to surgery or amputation. Unfortunately, Riley’s injury warranted an amputation of her tail.
Riley made an emergency veterinary visit where she was hospitalized for surgery. She is recovering at home and we hope she is back to 100% in no time. We are also so sorry for the loss of her tail, poor girl!
Deductible applied: -$245
Ineligible costs (exam fee, nail trim): -$115
10% co-insurance: -$104.40
Trupanion repaid: $939.60