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The day we adopted Clover in September 2014, and the day we adopted Tori in September 2015, I bought each one a pet health insurance policy from Embrace Pet Insurance. I figured getting a policy right away provided the best possible protection for the puppy-girls since they were so young (15 weeks and 12 weeks on arrival) — the sooner, the better. It didn’t quite work out as planned, but I still strongly suggest getting pet health insurance for your sweethearts, and I recommend pet health insurance from Embrace. I wanted to let you know about our new official relationship with the company.
UPDATE (January 3, 2017) – We no longer have an affiliate relationship with Embrace Pet Insurance. In 9 months or so, we only had 1 person request a pet insurance quote using one of our links. It seems silly to keep ads up that are not working.The links in this post will continue to work, however.
Once I got over the medical, emotional, and financial shock of Lilly’s vaccine-induced meningoencephalomyelitis, I created a spreadsheet to track every doggone dollar spent in the fight for Lilly’s life — from the day she received the vaccine until the day she died. I am curious if the actual number is higher or lower than you thought.
Depending on where you live and work, my ideas for cutting household expenses to help pay for pet care may not work for you, but here are my Best Budget Squeezing Strategies for Desperate Dog Moms.