Monthly Archives: January 2014

This Week in Testimonials – 1/31

Thank you, Trupanion, for helping my little Nadia get her deformed leg fixed! You came through again! -Teresa O. This is the first ever rate DECREASE I have ever gotten from an insurance company! This even with having made a … Continue reading

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Beau Speaks: Dog Walking Etiquette Part 1

Hi, it’s Beau. So I was out walking around the neighborhood with JP and Pepper. I was on the lookout for squirrels, which can be quite dangerous. I mean, I’ve seen them come right up to you and take peanuts … Continue reading

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Seattle Upsets Denver in Super Bowl Quarterback Pet Name Face-Off

With two high-performing squads in this year’s Super Bowl, it’s coming down to a battle of the quarterbacks. Trupanion, a data-driven pet medical insurance provider, analyzed their database of insured pets to determine which quarterback will lead his team to … Continue reading

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How to Pick Up the Safest Accessories for Your Pet

Every pet owner knows how much fun having a pet can be. The rolling in the mud, the paw fights, the running around, the quiet comfort and, of course, the dressing up. A pet can be quite a handful. And … Continue reading

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Pet Health 101: The Six Most Dangerous Table Foods For Pets

Many of us do not think twice before tossing our pet a snack from the dinner table. However, it is important to know that some foods we eat regularly may be harmful or fatal to our pets. Six of the … Continue reading

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Pet Insurance Claim of the Week: Dog ingested staples

Dogs, especially puppies, are known to be curious and explore the word with their mouths. Unfortunately, some dogs are more likely than others to swallow any object they find, even if it isn’t food and doesn’t taste good. Bella the … Continue reading

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This Week in Testimonials – 1/24

The employees at Trupanion are so professional and nice….I appreciate that during my dog’s surgery they were so understanding and patient once submitting a claim..Thank you! Hugs, -Max Arias Hey @trupanion ! Thanks for covering #goldie #pulsesignaltherapy we really hope it … Continue reading

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Community, Feral and Stray Dogs Vs. House Dogs

Miami has a reputation as home of the profligate and ostentatious. As a resident and Miami dog trainer I have a front row view of this. However, this existence contrasts sharply with most other parts of the world. On a … Continue reading

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Baylee’s Health Scare; Thank Goodness for Pet Insurance

September 25 2013 at 10 pm at night our vet met us at his clinic. Baylee our 15 month old Soft Coated Wheaton terrier had been was shaking uncontrollably, soiled her kennel, could not walk and it was evident by … Continue reading

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Morris Animal Foundation Helps Working Dogs

Search and rescue dogs work hard to help find and save people, and they have even helped out with such large-scale disasters as September 11 and Hurricane Katrina.  Unfortunately, this work often leads to dehydration, heat exhaustion, or other heat-related … Continue reading

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