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Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Food, family and football. What could be better? In all seriousness, though, the real reason I love Thanksgiving is because it is a holiday that acts as an important reminder to reflect on the blessings in our lives and encourages us to give thanks.
When my team at PetFirst and I reflect on what we are thankful for, you’ll find the typical stuff: our families, our homes, our health and – of course – our pets. But one thing that I think is unique about the team at PetFirst is the thankfulness we feel for the business we have created and the customers we serve. We are truly fortunate to be in a position where we are able to support pets and their families all across the country. At PetFirst we help pet parents manage their veterinary expenses, so that they can focus on the things that they are most thankful for in their lives.
As you celebrate this Thanksgiving season, please know how thankful PetFirst is for your business and the health of your pets. We are so grateful you are our customers.
Have a happy Thanksgiving from all of us a PetFirst!
P.S. It seems like the holidays are when pets get into the most mischief. Here are some tips to keep your pet happy and healthy this Thanksgiving.
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