Monthly Archives: March 2014

This Week in Testimonials – 3/14

Thank you @Trupanion for processing my human’s claim so fast! Almost as fast as my full recovery from pneumonia! -@norathebulldogg Dear Trupanion Executive Team and Supporting Staff, Thank you for setting yourselves apart in the industry as the leader in … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before Adding a Furry Addition to the Family

Anyone who is thinking about adding a dog to their family needs to think the decision through carefully. While adding a dog can bring a lot of joy and companionship into your life, it is also a huge responsibility. What … Continue reading

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Bred This Way: Understanding Why Your Dog Acts the Way it Does

Dogs are much like humans in the sense that no two dogs are the same. There are, however, a few ways to make an informed decision about what type of dog is a good match for certain human personalities, environments … Continue reading

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Pet Insurance Claim of the Week: Dog Swallowed Peach Pit

Buster the 1-year-old Maltipoo made an unplanned veterinary visit recently because he swallowed something that tasted very yummy. Buster ingested a peach pit! While peaches are a healthy alternative to dog treats and are safe to feed dogs (here are … Continue reading

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Pet Prep: Seven Tips To Plan for a Family Pet

Planning beforehand for a family pet is not only beneficial to the pet, but it’s beneficial to you. Planning for a pet can save you loads of money and stress by making sure everything is in place before the pet … Continue reading

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This Week in Testimonials – 3/7

This is my 14 yr old beagle bassett mix Louie. He had an emergency spleenectomy June 7, 2013 and the resulting histopathology indicated he had cancer. Today he had an ultrasound that indicates his cancer is in remission. Thanks to … Continue reading

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6 Reasons Why Doodles Make Amazing Pets

You’ve likely heard the term “Doodle” used to describe a genre of dogs. What’s a Doodle? It’s often used to refer to Labradoodle and Goldendoodle which are Labrador Retriever/Poodle cross and Golden Retriever/Poodle cross, respectively. They are very smart. Not … Continue reading

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Five Helpful Suggestions For Potty Training Your Feline Friends

Whether you have recently brought home a young kitten or have adopted an older cat that may be used to relieving themselves outdoors, it’s important that you go through the necessary steps to help adjust the cat to using a … Continue reading

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Training Your Puppy: 5 Popular Myths About Dog Training Debunked

So you’re about to em-bark on the exciting adventure of puppy training? Training a pup is tough work, but if you have the right information, you’ll find it to be a much smoother process. There are many dog trainers with … Continue reading

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Pet Insurance Claim of the Week: Ibuprofen Ingestion

It seems as though Lily the 11-month-old yellow Labrador Retriever is holding onto puppyhood because she recently got into some medication. When a pet swallows ibuprofen, the results can be dangerous. Symptoms may include vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy. The poor … Continue reading

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