Dog was feeling dumpy. Vet did bloodwork. Low hematocrit was noted among other things. Brought him home with meds but he wouldn't eat or drink and was obviously not well. Went to Iowa State Lloyd Veterinary Hospital. It was determined he had IMHA. After 3.5 weeks in ICU, 9 transfusions, as a last ditch effort a splenectomy was performed. After a rough go, he got better quickly but biopsies taken during surgery showed that he had cancer. Now began treating the cancer. Pets best considered cancer, IMHA and reactions to meds, transfursions etc all as one incident. That is like saying if you have pancreatic cancer and you break your finger, or something else unrelated, they just ignore the facts and say it is related and the reason for this is that they had a SINGLE INCIDENT PAYOUT in their policy which benefitted them since it limits their liability by saying everything that happened is all related. This just isn't true. Some dogs have IMHA and never get cancer and vice versa. There is no data that shows they have to be related but Pets Best chose to ignore this Trupanion apparently has no limit per incident.