We live in the city and Griffin, a wonderful Sealyham terrier, works hard to find bones dropped on the ground by people, squirrels, or rats. On Memorial Day, he was successful in grabbing one that I did not see first. It splintered and a piece lodged in the roof of his mouth. The kind people at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital dental practice saw him the next day and realized that he would need to be anesthetized for the removal. While he was unconscious, the surgeon also removed a bad tooth. I am grateful that Petplan quickly reimbursed me $988 for the costs.