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About Heather@FamilyAndFur

Manager, Public and Media Relations
Heather Kalinowski lives in the Seattle area with her husband, newborn son, and two rescued pups – an Italian Greyhound named Ava and a Spaniel mix named Jackson. She enjoys reading, writing, spending time with her family, and volunteering with Italian Greyhound Rescue. Google+

Tito’s Handmade Vodka wins Pet-Friendly Workplace Seal of Approval Contest

Today Trupanion announced Tito’s Handmade Vodka as the winner of its first annual Pet-Friendly Workplace Seal of Approval contest. Tito’s was selected from five finalists because of its commitment to creating a pet-friendly environment, including an outdoor play area, and its

The Pupkin Plunge: Dunking for Charity

What could be better than having the opportunity to dunk your boss in a pool of water? Or maybe that co-worker that has been teasing you lately? On Friday, September 13, we hosted a charity event here at the Trupanion

Prepare your pets for back-to-school

The back-to-school season signals a change in schedules and can be a time of big adjustment for families – especially the four-legged member of the family: the family dog.  One day the house is bustling with activity and the next

Our Partnership with Veterinary Purchasing Group

Today we announced that we have partnered with North America’s fastest-growing group purchasing organization (GPO) to bring more awareness about all the benefits of pet insurance to Veterinary Purchasing Group’s (VPG) more than 250 member hospitals. “As we expand our

Football Fans Extend Their Passion to Their Pets

To kick off the 2013-2014 football season, we scoured its database to find the most common football-related pet names. Turns out, the game of football provides a lot of options for pet names. While it’s not surprising that the more common