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I bought health insurance for my new puppy after reading up on her breed (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel) And learning about the serious health problems associated with the breed. I figured I would need in years to come. The Embrace literature says they cover breed-specific conditions. But I didn't have to wait long to use it. At four months old she had a run in with a nasty cactus. This got a $350 visit to an emergency hospital on New Years Eve. Then two month later she was spayed. $2oo covered as a wellness claim. Then she got an infection from the spaying operation. It was Sunday, so this also required an emergency hospital visit, another operation to find the extent of the infection and clean up her incision, and a hospital stay. $2,200. After the $5oo deductible and my 20% co-pay, I'm getting back about $2,665 so far this year. Don't think because your puppy is young and seems healthy you don't need insurance. I hope I don't have to use it again til next year, for a wellness visit. :)

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post-operative infection
Claim Amount
Over $1000

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Age of Pet
Under a year

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