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Enzo’s Pet Insurance Testimonial

Pet Name: Enzo Treated For: Myelopathy Total Repaid: $4,502.98 Time to Process Claims: 2 days I apologize for taking so long to send this email, it was a long time overdue, believe me. Enzo had his surgery on June 29 … Continue reading

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Can I get dog insurance if I don’t have full medical records?

This is actually a pretty common question that I get. For those people who adopt pets from shelters who may be a few years old, and were found as strays, they’re not really sure what to do. I can’t answer … Continue reading

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Trupanion Policyholder Benefits from No-Limit Pet Insurance

Madelaine (Maddie, for short) has been enrolled with Trupanion (then Vetinsurance) for almost five years, since she was only 6 months old. During this time, she has experienced a profusion of health problems, including bronchitis, skin issues, urinary tract issues, and chronic allergies. Continue reading

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Pet Insurance Claim of the Week: Myelopathy

This week’s featured pet insurance claim is for a Pug named Enzo. Enzo has recently been experiencing problems with his spine including spinal instability, which has unfortunately led to the need for spinal surgery. It is believed that Enzo has … Continue reading

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Pet Health Concerns: Brain Tumors

A brain tumor is a condition that involves a lesion or swelling caused by abnormal growth of cells in the brain.  Brain tumor symptoms depend on the location of the tumor and in certain instances, there may not be any … Continue reading

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Dog Insurance Goes No Limits!

We at Trupanion are very excited to announce our ‘first in the industry’ dog insurance policy with no payout limits! What does this mean for dog owners? For those already enrolled in Trupanion, your previous $20,000 lifetime payout limit is … Continue reading

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Pet Health Concerns: Brachycephalic Syndrome

Brachycephalic syndrome is a respiratory condition that is often found in short nosed dogs such as English bulldogs, French bulldogs, Pugs, Boston Terriers, and Pekingese. This condition causes upper airway abnormalities such as stenotic nares which are pinched nostrils, reverted … Continue reading

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Why We Should Pay for Dog Insurance

The intention of dog insurance is to save money on veterinary visits due to emergency vet visits, unexpected dog injuries, dog illness and dog diseases. It’s at these moments that it becomes clear we should pay for dog insurance even … Continue reading

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Why Eating Chicken Bones is Bad for Pets – Trupanion

Boy, have I got a doozy for you this week! Sniper is a Miniature Schnauzer who couldn’t help but follow his nose to some tasty-smelling chicken bones. Unfortunately, pieces of the bones got stuck in his esophagus which required emergency … Continue reading

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Do dog insurance premiums increase if I submit a claim?

I often hear that people are afraid to get pet insurance and submit the “small, mundane claimes” because they fear that any claim will increase their premiums. Unlike most car insurance companies in the US, many pet insurance companies do … Continue reading

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