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How much does surgery to remove a swallowed foreign object cost?

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Stella - Labrador Retriever

In our experience, anywhere from $1,600 to over $12,000 (even without surgery, costs range from $300 - $1,200)

Here's an example: Stella, a Labrador Retriever from Cleveland, OH (pictured), required emergency surgery and a hospital stay to remove a blanket she chewed up in her crate.

The total cost for this accident was $3,829.80 - We hate to think how much it would have cost in NY City or LA (at least $1,000 more).

Embrace paid out $2,640.22 on this claim as the pet parent had selected a $300 annual deductible and 80% reimbursement percentage.

While you can't predict when your pet is going to get sick or injured, you can protect yourself from expensive veterinary bills. Embrace Pet Insurance gives you the freedom to do what’s best for your pet without stressing over the cost. Easily personalize your coverage to fit your budget and your pet’s needs, then visit any vet for nose-to-tail coverage. Check out what the Embrace plan covers or compare pet insurance providers to learn more.

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