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Our Trusted Pack Of Dog Experts

We’ve recruited a team of expert pet advisors who live, eat, and breathe all things dog. Every product and service we cover goes through a rigorous review and fact-checking process. We consult veterinarians, our in-house pet insurance professional, and industry experts to ensure our content is as accurate and up to date as possible. Learn more about us.

Did You Know You Can Get Health Care Insurance For Your Pet?

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Best Pet Insurance In 2023

We rank companies based on policy coverage, customer service and reputation, timeliness of claim payment, policy price, plan customization, and what companies excel in.

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Is Pet Insurance Worth It?

The types of plans and what’s covered, plus the benefits and motivating factories to consider.

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What Pet Insurance Covers

Wondering if your dog’s health situation is included and eligible for reimbursement? A full list of common conditions and explanations.

Latest Articles

  • 8 Best Limited-Ingredient Dog Foods For Allergies: Wet, Dry, Grain-Free & More
    If your furry friend is suffering from chronic skin or digestive issues, limited-ingredient dog food may help resolve your pup’s symptoms. In some cases, veterinarians recommend trying limited-ingredient diet (LID) for food allergy symptoms. But if you can’t afford a vet visit, you may want to consider commercial LID dog foods on your own. Our team has researched hundreds of different dog foods for all kinds of diets and health concerns, and we give you our top picks for the best limited-ingredient dog food for multiple diet types.
  • 10 Best Superfoods For Dogs: Fresh, Airdried, Kibble & More
    There’s a major push in the dog food industry to address the call from pet parents for all-natural, whole-food ingredients in dog food, including superfoods. Research about the health benefits of superfoods in canine diets is still evolving. Some human foods, including superfoods, aren’t safe for our pups. We’ll share all you need to know to feed your furry friend the most nutritious food possible.
  • Can Dogs Eat Cantaloupe? Is Cantaloupe Good For Dogs?
    Cantaloupe is a tasty fruit that many people enjoy. It is often found on the breakfast table, in fruit salads, and makes for a juicy, sweet snack on a hot day. Because people enjoy the melon so much, the question often arises, “Can dogs eat cantaloupe?” The good news is that it can be a nice treat for them, but only in small amounts. Cantaloupe is safe for healthy pups, but there is more to it than a simple yes or no. As with any food, owners must be cautious to ensure their pet is getting proper nutrition and not overdoing treats. Let’s get into more detail about dogs eating these orange melons.
  • Chippin Dog Food Reviews: What’s Behind This Cricket-Based Dehydrated Dog Food?
    Have you heard of Chippin Dog Food? They are a brand that uses crickets for protein. This emerging company has been working with novel proteins and environmentally friendly practices to help create a new trend in the pet nutrition market. What is Chippin all about? We dive into the details behind this sustainable dog food brand that is taking big steps to change the eco-friendly dog food landscape.
  • Can Dogs Eat Peanuts? When Are Peanuts Bad For Dogs?
    We’re all tempted to share our favorite snacks with our furry friends, so you may be wondering if you can toss your pup a few peanuts. Are peanuts safe for dogs? As with most things canine-related, there’s no simple yes or no answer to this question. Many dogs can eat plain peanuts in moderation, but you should be aware of some important health concerns and types of peanuts that aren’t good for dogs.
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