Can My Dog Have a Stroke?
The prospect of your dog potentially suffering a stroke is…
<h1class=”news-item__title”>Pet Insurance Claim Of The Month – March 2015
Tiger, a 2 year old Domestic Long Hair cat, injured his right front paw when attempting to jump from a box to the countertop. His pet parents took him to the emergency vet where x-rays revealed serious damage to his paw requiring surgery. The vet performed a Carpal Arthrodesis with surgical implants to repair the fractures and soft tissue damage in his paw. After all of the treatment, medications, surgery, and follow up visits, Tiger’s family was faced with a huge vet bill totaling $5,469.24. Thankfully they had a PetFirst pet insurance policy and after paying their $50 deductible were reimbursed for 90% of the vet costs!
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May Fruits, Herbs, & Veggies: Can Your Dog Eat Apricots, Mint & Kale?
Many fresh whole foods are often as good for our…