My wedding anniversary falls on July 4th weekend. My husband and I used to celebrate with a short trip, but not anymore. Not since our pet cam showed my dog, Tampa Bay, shivering and hiding in the closet with my other dog, Justice, standing guard in front of it, constantly barking because of the random … Read moreDogs and Fireworks — Stop Your Dog from Being Scared
During April 30- May 20 of this year, the Trupanion food drive 2019, was in action pledging to collect 11 tons of pet food for animals in need. Our Trupanion team members across the United States and Canada were on the ground raising funds and donating as many bags of food as possible. Naturally, whenever … Read moreTrupanion Food Drive 2019: Feeding Animals in Need
First of all, reverse sneezing in dogs isn’t really sneezing. If you’ve ever seen your dog honk, snort or gasp for breath, you’ve witnessed reverse sneezing in dogs. So, what exactly is reverse sneezing in dogs then? Reverse sneezing isn’t even really sneezing at all! Photography by igorr1/Thinkstock. Reverse sneezing in dogs is not in … Read moreReverse Sneezing in Dogs — What Is It?
When you embark into the world of veterinary medicine, whether you are a veterinarian or a veterinary team member, it can be an incredibly rewarding experience knowing that you are able to help all the pets receive the best veterinary care possible. Undoubtedly, while the opportunity to help pets is ultimately why people choose this … Read moreMightyVet: Changing an Industry – The Trupanion Blog
ELIAS Animal Health have completed a study investigating the use of personalized vaccines to fight osteosarcoma cancer in dogs. Each vaccine, which is developed using cells from the dog’s actual tumor and combined with surgery, is extremely targeted to that animal’s particular cancer. Dogs in the study experienced longer survival times without chemotherapy. Studies like … Read moreNew Weapon in Canine Bone Cancer