This WGN Radio Petcast wins the Gold Medal for being the most jam packed ever! (May take a moment to load): Tracy Reis, national director of Red Star Emergency Services at the American Humane Association talks about preparing for your pets’ survival in emergencies. Everything from carrier training for cats to the importance of microchipping.... Read more »
I love your feedback – sometime you purr, other times you bark or growl…but keep those emails and letters coming (email@example.com). Here are some recent comments. “I was moved by your recent column, which you responded to a reader who had recently euthanized her pet and was feeling a great deal of guilt. Your response... Read more »
I usually don’t just run press releases – but I am quite pleased about this…Trupanion has walked the walk for service dogs, supporting the American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards from day one and also – most important – realizing they may need a ‘break in their coverage. WASHINGTON, July 5, 2012 – Trupanion, a trusted... Read more »
Veterinarians have traditionally been opposed to pet insurance, but their views seem to be shifting. “This is because pet insurance can save lives, and we’re seeing more examples of this,” says Dr. Julia Georgesen in Chicago. “As a veterinarian, pet insurance allows me to practice better medicine.” Bella was an 8-week-old Pit Bull mix, who... Read more »
I typically don’t run press releases here – but thought this is really interesting….As it happens, I am working on a story about the benefits of pet insurance and many have very nice things to say about Trupanion. Trupanion, the second-largest and fastest growing pet insurance provider(1), today announced the addition of mobility devices, including... Read more »
This WGN radio Petcast was recorded in January (2012) at the North American Veterinary Conference in Orlando, FL. Listen HERE (you may need to wait a few moments for the petcast to load). Dr. Ron DeHaven is the executive vice president and CEO of the American Veterinary Medical Association, and chair of the Partnership for... Read more »
The Western Veterinary Conference is the largest vet conference in the world, and was held February 14 through 18 at the Mandalay Bay Hotel, Las Vegas. Here’s a view of Vegas you might only get from, well, me….