Expensive but there when we needed it.

8
Out of 10

Our three year old English Cocker Spaniel stopped eating a few months ago. After several days eating next to nothing, we took him to the vet who diagnosed pancreatitis -- a potentially fatal condition. After the initial examination, Trupanion paid 90% of the remaining costs for the treatment and medicines he needed. Simon got better but has to eat special food for the rest of his life. Trupanion has continued to pay 45% of the cost of this food.

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Injury/illness
pancreatitis
Claim Amount
$500 - $1000
Breed

English Cocker Spaniel

Age of Pet
1 - 8

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Posted: 06/30/2016
By: Tyson Schoeber

A few months after this review was posted, Trupanion stopped paying for any portion of the specialized food that Simon needs. One of their agents said it was an oversight that the food had been covered beyond the two-month exclusion in their policy. That said, they have continued to cover his ongoing veterinary needs.