Mast Cell Tumor in Labrador Retriever
Coda had a few masses removed and tested. One turned out to be a mast cell tumor.
Vet Bill: $6,377
As our pets age, we may notice more lumps and bumps. That was the case for the pet parents of Coda, a 10 year old Labrador Retriever. When his lumps were removed and tested, it was discovered that one was a mast cell tumor. He would need chemotherapy and radiation treatment.
Coda's pet parent, Donna C., tells us more:
"Coda needed to have two suspicious masses removed. His doctor noticed a mass on his nose and decided to remove it as well. Of the three, the mass on his nose turned out to be the mast cell tumor.
Because we had pet insurance with cancer coverage through Embrace, we were able to follow the recommended treatment plan for his cancer. Our experience with Embrace has always been exceptional from customer service to follow up emails and quick payment of claims. Embrace representatives always make me feel like a valued client and I believe they truly care about Coda's well-being.
Coda is now back to his old self. His check ups have all been great."
Coda’s Claim Refund
|Actual Vet Bill||$6,376.88|
|Total Embrace Reimbursement||$4,637.80|