April 06, 2014
Even though you might have pet insurance to protect against costs from unexpected health events, the ideal situation is that your pet has no unexpected health events at all. Wouldn't that be nice?
To that effect, we're focusing this month on overall pet health and preventing health events as best we can.
And while we are talking of pet health this month, here are some excellent articles on the Embrace pet health site, The Water Bowl
And here's one final one for some Easter fun with your dog:
January 02, 2014
I'm so happy to announce that Embrace is partnering with Dr Marty Becker, also known as America's Veterinarian, to spread the word far and wide about Embrace's affordable and effective pet insurance to prevent economic euthanasia when cats and dogs get sick.
November 25, 2013
When I read this post that Embracer Lea wrote, I had a heavy heart and a tear in my eye. I've known Lyger as long as I've known Lea and he's been a wonderful part of Embrace's history.
It's hard to think you would ever drop your pet insurance policy for your older dog. What do you think about Lea's decision below?
Back in 2006 when I started with Embrace as one of just two employees, we weren’t even selling policies yet--just getting ready to. But when the big day rolled around come October, we all jumped up and celebrated, then set to selling each other our very first insurance policies. Lyger, then just a six year old nutball who would sneak into the board meetings of our office neighbors, was among the first to be “embraced”. We set him up with the “$5,000 max/$200 deductible/80% reimbursed” plan.
October 07, 2013
This month, we are celebrating working dogs and cats of all types at Embrace Pet Insurance.
And before you ask, yes, there are cats that do "work". Apart from cleaning up the rodents on the premises (which your cat may or may not have a talent for), some cats are quite good at being therapy cats, whether in a hospital, nursing home, or in your own home.
Having said that, dogs pull a lot of weight when it comes to work. There are police dogs that work actively in the field plus sniff out drugs, bombs, fruit and other banned substances, and of course, criminals. There are cadaver dogs, seizure or blood-sugar alert dogs, mold-sniffing dogs, and even cancer-sniffing dogs? And of course, dogs and cats that work on the farm or in the field hunting or dragging a sled in the Iditarod.
September 19, 2013
This time, the tables are turned and Dr Patrick Mahaney asks me, Laura Bennett, CEO of Embrace Pet Insurance (EPI), questions on the topic of pet insurance. It is after all, Pet Health Insurance Month.
Questions covered are:
- What is the (estimated) number or percentage of pet owners in the U.S. who have insurance for their pets?
- What are EPI’s top canine and feline health claims?
- What are the main reasons pet owners give for establishing health insurance for their cats and dogs?
- Why should a pet owner get pet insurance?
- Does the typical pet owner keep their pet on Embrace's insurance throughout the pet's life?
- Does EPI cover any pre-existing conditions?
- Does EPI cover complementary and alternative medicine, such as acupuncture, physical therapy, chiropractic, and so on?
Click on the link below for the podcast.
September 03, 2013