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Our pets' ability to triumph in the face of unexpected adversity is nothing short of inspiring. Petplan is proud to help protect these, and all the members of our Petplan family, come what may.
When Beth rescued Tucker from a Kansas puppy mill, he was in bad shape. To make matters worse, he kept getting underfoot during their walks around Manhattan. “He literally couldn’t even walk straight…
As a pet parent, Lisa knows that hindsight is 20/20. When she brought home Rumor, the granddaughter of her first champion Rhodesian Ridgeback, she wasted no time in protecting her with Petplan. “…
They say two heads are better than one, and when you happen upon two-year-old rescued Tuxedo cat, Felix, and his twin brother, Oscar, that’s exactly what you’ll find. “They love to sleep on each…
As a pet parent, you never know what the walk of life will bring. During a stroll last July, Ralphie began running in circles and foaming at the mouth. Two days later it happened again, accompanied…
Beacon’s always had a nose for competition. In 2008, he officially retired from running the annual Jack Russell Terrier Recreational Race Championships, but never stopped “training.” “With the number…
The lessons Chase learned as a kitten on the streets have fared him well over his 11 mostly healthy years. So when this “big man cat” started dropping weight unexpectedly in June, Lauren grew worried…
The bigger they are, the harder they fall. After Nina Petina twisted her knee and tore her cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), she spent four months recovering from TPLO surgery (where part of the tibia…
The saying goes, “Curiosity killed the cat.” In this case, it almost killed the dog. Walking in the park, Bowie found (and swallowed) half of a used tennis ball. “If it’s round and rolls, he’ll eat…
Whenever Michelle Kuo is having trouble “finding Nemo,” all she has to do is check outside. “He loves to forage for food,” laughs Michelle. “Anytime we go for a walk he’ll eat anything he finds. He…
It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. As an obedience instructor, Judy Cerney knows that phrase well, but never expected it to apply to her four-month-old Flat-coated Retriever, Travis. “We…