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Boone the dog

"We would have not been able to afford or support Boone the way we needed to without the help of Trupanion and our veterinarian...Our Boone Dog is home, getting better every day, and thriving because of Trupanion. Grateful doesn't even begin to describe how I feel about this company."

- Stacie H.

Condition: Spinal birth defect and spinal cord compression

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Trupanion supports animal welfare non-profits

Trupanion's TruGiving program is a philanthropic platform that allows pet owners the opportunity to give back and support animal welfare causes close to their heart.

Trupanion members have donated over $85,000 to animal welfare non-profits so far in 2018 through our philanthropic program, TruGiving.This program allows pet owners the opportunity to give back to their communities and help animals in need by adding an additional dollar to their monthly payment. 100% of this donation goes to their selected charity, listed below. Learn more about Trupanion’s philanthropic work on our TruGiving page.

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American Humane Association

Since 1877, the historic American Humane Association has been at the forefront of virtually every major policy movement, legislative effort, and shift in cultural attitudes aimed at improving the lives of children, and protecting pets and farm animals from abuse and neglect. Today the organization is leading the way in understanding human-animal interaction and its role in society. For more information, visit or read more about the American Humane Association on our blog.

Red Rover


Founded in 1987, RedRover's mission is to bring animals out of crisis and strengthen the bond between people and animals through emergency sheltering, disaster relief services, financial assistance and education. For more information, visit or read more about RedRover on our blog.

Best Friends Animal Society No More Homeless Pets®

The No More Homeless Pets® Network of animal welfare and sheltering organizations is committed to saving the lives of homeless pets through effective adoption and spay-neuter programs. The No More Homeless Pets® Network is comprised of 501(c)(3) public charity rescue groups, spay/neuter organizations and shelters actively saving lives and reducing shelter deaths locally. For more information, visit or read more on about Best Friends Animal Society on our blog.


The Farley Foundation

Established by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) in 2001, the Farley Foundation assists seniors and disabled persons on limited incomes with the necessary treatment of their pets. In 2007, the Foundation expanded its criteria to assist the pets of women at risk of abuse (and their children) who are participating in OVMA’s SafePet Program. The Farley Foundation honors the human-animal bond and seeks to help those who most benefit from pet ownership. For more information about The Farley Foundation, visit or read more about the Farley Foundation on our blog.


BC SPCA Biscuit Fund for Medical Care

The Biscuit Fund for Medical Care provides life-saving and important medical treatment for animals in the BC SPCA’s care. This includes any surgeries in emergency situations and common medical treatments such as spaying and neutering, vaccinations or any other treatments required to prepare these animals for adoption and a healthy, happy life. For more information, visit or read more about the BC SPCA Biscuit Fund on our blog.

Speaking of Dogs Rescue

Speaking of Dogs Rescue Program

Speaking of Dogs Rescue Program is a registered non-profit, volunteer-based dog rescue in Toronto that has been operational since 2001.  They are dedicated to assisting dogs from shelters, puppy mills, veterinary clinics and owner abandonments. For more information, visit or read more about Speaking of Dogs on our blog.

Paws 4 People


paws4people is a 501c3 public charity established in 1999 that raises, trains, and places Service Dogs free of charge with children, adolescents, and adults who have life-altering physical, neurological, psychological, and/or behavioral disabilities. Many of the Service Dogs are placed with Veterans who have PTSD, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Military Sexual Trauma. Each Service Dog receives training to perform tasks customized to each recipient's disability. paws4people trains each recipient to use the Service Dog to have a more independent and joyful life.