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I submitted my first claim Carly was very pleasant and helpful.
I submitted my first claim, Carly was very pleasant and helpful. I chose 8 because I am new to the pet insurance experience.
I read the Trupanion insurance guides carefully before selecting a plan but didn't realize that my emergency costs would be significantly higher: each emergency visit also involves a non-covered exam fee.
I read the Trupanion insurance guides carefully before selecting a plan, but didn't realize that my emergency costs would be significantly higher: each emergency visit also involves a non-covered exam fee. I chose a $200 deductible, thinking that exam fees were for routine preventative care. Instead, I should have planned on ~60% higher costs in the event of an injury. $200 deductible (lifetime, but per-incident) + $125 exam fee (per visit).
I needed to transfer an account because my sister-in-law passed and we adopted her dog.
I needed to transfer an account because my sister-in-law passed and we adopted her dog. Zak was very compassionate, took the time to explain how Trupanion works and made the transition very easy. Please thank him for me.
I like Trupanion but it takes quite some time and effort to gather all the documents, scan them, and send them digitally.
Also, my dog has severe anxiety and it is not covered under the plan. Ridiculous. My dogs mental health absolutely affects his heart, allergies, nervous system, skin and coat... as well as digestion, when he eats our couch because he is so anxious to be left alone.
You need to adjust your basic plan to take into consideration any condition where the animal is taking Rx medication to try and manage the symptoms.
Please reconsider your stance.