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Seven years ago Jackie traveled 200 miles to get Emily, a 4-5 year old Bichon-Poo. In April, Emily developed a heart murmur and went to see a cardiologist where she was treated for congestive heart failure. At the same time, Emily also underwent testing and treatment for pancreatitis.
Fortunately, Jackie had things covered and Emily had been insured with PetFirst Pet Insurance since she was brought home 7 years earlier. PetFirst was able to help reimburse over $1,000 in bills for the exams and treatments associated with these illnesses.
The reimbursement checks for the vet & vet hospital came in before I got the credit card bill, so I could concentrate on caring for her. She’s the sweetest girl ever. Since I got her, I took her for visits at a nearby nursing home, and a resident told me “I see her beautiful soul in her eyes.” – Jackie, Emily’s Mom
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