Last month we announced that the Trupanion policy had reached more than $1 billion paid to help pets get the care they needed. But we know that it’s #biggerthanabillion. Today we’re continuing our celebration of the people and pets who were there along the way. Take a look below to see how this adorable pup was supported right from the start.
Bigger than a Billion: Kayla and Ruger
When Ruger was still a puppy, he had a reverse sneeze that turned into pneumonia. He’s never one to show many symptoms—he was still drinking, eating, playing, and ripping up couch pillows, so we didn’t know how sick he was and thought his sneeze was seasonal allergies. But when the sneeze didn’t go away we took him in. Even the hospital staff was surprised at how playful he was, but after getting his x-rays back they recommended they keep him overnight. They had the Trupanion software that paid the veterinarian directly, so we knew right away after submitting a pre-approval that our meatball would be covered.
Having Trupanion means having a safety net that will catch
Ruger whenever he gets in trouble. Even though we try to provide him the best
of everything, there are some things we can’t protect him from. Whether he
catches a nasty cold, gets stung by a bee, or gets in a fight with an opossum
who got into our yard, we’ll never have to ask ourselves the dark question, can
we afford this veterinary bill?
We love informed decisions. See our policy for full coverage details.
Trupanion is a registered trademark owned by Trupanion, Inc. Underwritten in Canada by Omega General Insurance Company and in the United States by American Pet Insurance Company, 6100-4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108. Please visit AmericanPetInsurance.com to review all available pet health insurance.
Marissa knows almost every dog's name in the Trupanion office and is working on learning their owners' names. She is a lover of all animals but has a special place in her heart for anything with a long snout - she could spend all day watching videos of elephants, aardvarks, and tapirs. When not at work you can probably find her watching a soccer game, making short videos or searching for the greatest sandwich in Seattle.