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$10,000 – Paid to the family of Trapper, a 5 year-old mixed breed dog from Virginia.
Over the summer Trapper suddenly became ill. His symptoms came on quickly and included being lethargic and not eating. His pet parents took him to the vet where he was diagnosed with Evans Syndrome – an autoimmune disease that can manifest in dogs and requires ongoing treatment including vet visits and lab work. Thanks to Trapper’s Lifetime pet insurance policy, not only is his condition covered for life, with no per incident limits for Lifetime plans, PetFirst reimbursed his family most of the $13,026.56 in treatment costs so they could focus on his care, not the bill.
Charges from the vet visits, treatment, and lab work = $13,026.56
Amount PetFirst reimbursed to Trapper’s family = $10,000