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Pets Best Insurance Turns Dog Data into Contest

Posted on: July 26th, 2012 by

Boise, Idaho based Pets Best Insurance, one of the nation’s leading pet health insurance agencies, took a dive into some of its fascinating pet data, spun out a comical dog-centric “infographic” and is inviting pet owners to share the entertaining content for a chance to win a $200 Amazon gift card.

After plunging into its vast accumulation of pet data, pet insurance agency Pets Best Insurance, founded by US pet health insurance pioneer, Dr. Jack Stephens, created a canine infographic depicting fun dog facts and is offering animal lovers the chance to win a $200 Amazon gift card just for sharing the creation.

“We’re calling it the ‘Best in Show’ infographic,” Dr. Jack Stephens, Pets Best Insurance president and founder said. “We’ve revealed everything from our most popular insured breed of dog, to the trendiest dog names and even the ages of the oldest dogs we have insured.”

“There are seven separate ‘dog-egories’ listed in the infographic,” Dr. Stephens said. “It’s perfect for sharing on your own blog or website and it will be fun for dog owners to see if their dogs would be up for an award based on the ‘best in show’ dog-egories listed.”

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Pet Insurance Agency, Pets Best Insurance, Announces Finalists in Veterinarian Contest and Opens Online Voting

Posted on: July 20th, 2012 by

Pets Best Insurance, one of the nation’s leading animal insurance agencies, names six 2nd quarter finalists in My Vet’s the Best—a contest developed to help with costs of veterinary treatment for stray animals or for those whose pet owners can’t afford veterinary care.

The following veterinarians have been named as the six finalists in the My Vet’s the Best Contest after being nominated by their respective clients for providing exceptional veterinary care and for going above and beyond for pets and their owners:

 

Dr. Holly Brophy, Bel Aire Pet Clinic, Mt. Zion, Illinois
Dr. Irvin Ingram, All Creatures Animal Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona
Dr. Richard Chu, Pets Unlimited, San Francisco, California
Dr. Kathy Joseph, Vandalia Animal Clinic, Vandalia, Ohio
Dr. Tony Poutous, Pet Care Veterinary Hospital, Virginia Beach, Virginia
Dr. Luminita Sarbu, Veterinary Oncology Center, Renton, Washington

In the contest, pet owners nominate their veterinarians and explain why they think they are the best through a form on the Pets Best Insurance Facebook page. Each quarter, an internal panel at the pet insurance agency selects six finalists from all received nominations. The six veterinarians and their client-submitted stories are then posted to Facebook for one month of public voting. Stories are currently available on the Pets Best Insurance Facebook page and online voting is now open.

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Pets Best Insurance Shares Top 5 Most Bizarre Summertime Pet Insurance Claims

Posted on: July 18th, 2012 by

Leading U.S. dog and cat insurance agency, Pets Best Insurance publishes some of its most bizarre and downright weird summer-related pet insurance claims to remind pet owners that unexpected accidents and illnesses can occur at any time.

Dr. Jack Stephens, who presented the first pet insurance policy to celebrity TV dog Lassie in 1982, said he’s seen some peculiar summertime ailments in his tenure as both a practicing veterinarian and Pets Best Insurance President and Founder.

“The accidents and dangers pets encounter never cease to amaze me,” Dr. Stephens said. “We want pet owners to remember that as the weather warms and they’re spending more time outside, they should be extra cautious.”

*Some of the more unusual summertime pet health insurance claims the agency has received include:

1. Sunburn- That’s hot
A Boston Terrier may have enjoyed the summertime rays a bit too much, as Pets Best Insurance received a claim for his sunburn. “Pet owners often forget or perhaps aren’t aware that pets can easily sunburn too,” Dr. Stephens said. “Ears, noses and light colored pets are particularly susceptible. Pets also run the risk of developing Melanoma, which can require expensive treatments like surgical removal, chemotherapy and even radiation therapy. Limit your pet’s time in the sun and talk to your veterinarian about sunscreen application.”

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Pets Best Insurance Advocates Take Your Dog to Work Day in June

Posted on: June 13th, 2012 by

Boise, Idaho based Pets Best Insurance, one of the nation’s leading pet health insurance agencies, supports PSI’s Take Your Dog To Work Day® on June 22nd and every day, as a reminder of the numerous health benefits of pet ownership.

Anyone unfamiliar with the day-to-day workings of the Pets Best Insurance office might think the employees celebrate Take Your Dog to Work Day everyday—and in essence they do.

“I hope employers around the country will recognize June 22nd as a national pet holiday,” Pets Best Insurance President and Founder Dr. Jack Stephens said. “We have a pet friendly office and always have. Any day you come visit us, you’ll be greeted by at least ten or fifteen wagging tails… and that’s at the very minimum.”

Dr. Stephens said the reason the Pets Best Insurance office is pet friendly is twofold.
“One, I always like having my Teacup Chihuahua Torrey by my side, and two, not only are pets man and woman’s best friend, but it’s been proven being a pet owner is good for overall health.”

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Pets Best Insurance Reports its Top Most Costly Pet Insurance Claims

Posted on: May 22nd, 2012 by

Boise, Idaho based Pets Best Insurance, a leading provider of US pet health insurance, publishes some of its highest pet insurance claims over the past year.

Pets Best Insurance says the sky high pet insurance claim submissions it continues to see are a testament to the continual strengthening of the pet-owner bond.

“People who love their pets will do anything for them,” Pets Best Insurance President and Founder Dr. Jack Stephens said. “Vet costs are on the rise because pet owners are willing to spend almost any amount to save their pets. But with pet insurance, the out-of-pocket cost can be substantially decreased, which may make pet health care more affordable.”
Pets Best Insurance has identified some of the highest claims it has received over the past year that cost pet owners $10,000 or more at the veterinarian. Pets Best Insurance paid a flat percentage of each, up to their allowable limits. Some of the most expensive claims this year included:

1. Car Accident
Pets Best Insurance received a claim for over $55,000 for a dog that was hit by a car and kept on life support for two weeks. The dog sustained fractures but is reportedly doing well!

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