On April 18, Dolly jumped off our bed, ran a short way and began to cry out in pain. She could not put weight on her right hind leg. I feared she had damaged her knee. Next day to doctor who diagnosed swelling in the knee area and advised reduced activity; i.e. keep her on leash at all times and move her bed as you move her from room to room. Restrictions 3-4 weeks. Outcome desired: To avoid surgery.
We did this and Dolly is walking fine. This bill was $292.20
Back in December, we noticed one of her nostrils crusted over and we went to doctor. Treatment was ordered and we proceeded to comply. Weeks went by and the nostril improved, but never totally well. In April she had
her teeth cleaned and while under anesthetic vet scoped her nose. Infection was present and a culture done to identify exact bacteria and proper antibiotic to use. She was placed on a regime of antibiotics for 14 days. She has responded but we are watching to see if it returns. This bill $548.75 The teeth cleaning was not covered by insurance.
Claims were sent to Healthy Paws and promptly processed.
The checks followed a few days later. Everything was paid as per the policy I purchased. I am so glad I bought insurance for her. It gives me peace of mind to know I can take care of her when the need arises. Rarely do I write reviews, but I did this one because I think Healthy Paws deserve to have folks know this is an honest company that treats the insured as their policy states.