As a provider of pet insurance, we see the results of hard-partying pups and kitties, and want to help prevent these unfortunate incidents. Happy pets = happy holidays!
Tips from Trupanion’s Dr. Kerri Marshall on keeping your pets safe this holiday season
Instruct friends and family on how to properly interact with your pet when they come visit.
Don’t share your holiday meal.
Place your tree behind a decorative gate to prevent accidents.
Store gift wrapping supplies before and after the gifts are wrapped and opened.
Prepare your pet sitters with step-by-step instructions in case of an issue or emergency.
Invest in pet insurance!
See more tips.
Gordon, a five-month-old Domestic Medium Hair, ingested some ribbon, which created bunching in his intestines. He needed x-rays, surgery, and medication to bring him back to health.
Nell, a three-year-old Bernese Mountain Dog, ate peanut oil left over from deep frying a turkey. This landed her in the veterinary hospital where she was treated with fluids and marshmallow root.
Louie, a two-year-old Labrador Retriever, helped himself to the garbage after a large family meal. During emergency surgery, his veterinarian found more than three pounds of garbage in his stomach!
Colby, a six-year-old Siberian Husky, caught pneumonia. After an emergency trip to the veterinarian, he received radiographs, fluids, and an endoscopy.
Insurance starts for puppies & kittens from 8 weeks of age
If your puppy or kitten is younger than this, please call 855.591.3100 or email us & we will get right back to you to arrange coverage.