Score a Gift Card in Exchange for Learning About Trupanion Pet Insurance

Your dog is obvi the best thing that ever happened to you and you want to ensure they have access to the best veterinary care when needed (so they’ll live FOREVER), but pet insurance is confusing—so many choices, where to even start? 

Trupanion is one of the most pup-ular options (no payout limits per condition, year, pet, OR policy), and for a limited time, you can score a $15 Craft & Crew gift card and a free pet bowl just for learning about Trupanion plans from local State Farm insurance agent/dog mom extraordinaire Brandi Warmbier. Simply fill out the form below to schedule a call or video chat with Brandi (choose vid if you wanna meet Herky the Puggle!)—no purchase required. 

Why Trupanion?

Choosing an insurance plan for your MVP (most valuable pupper) is a super important decision. In addition to no payout limits per condition, year, pet, OR policy, Trupanion:

  • covers all hereditary and congenital conditions as long as there are no pre-existing signs or symptoms (hip dysplasia, thyroid disease, cancer, etc.)
  • pays 90% of vet costs for eligible claims once deductible is met (For those of us who’ve taken pup to urgent care at 2 a.m., that’s a pup ton of kibble!)
  • allows visits to any licensed vet (specialty, emergency, etc.) in the U.S., Puerto Rico, or Canada

And that’s just fur starters. They protec; it’s time to return the favor. 

Have any questions about Trupanion pet policies? Drop them in the form above, and share this article with a friend who loves her pups.

Featured photo: Samson Katt

Puggle mom Brandi Warmbier has been proudly serving good neighbors in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas since 2004. She is excited to add Trupanion pet insurance to her list of offerings. Email her or call 952-943-2200 to get in touch.

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