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PetFirst Testimonial of the Month – February 2015


Congratulations to Dana Heimbach as our February 2015 Testimonial of the Month winner! “In May of last year, my dog Clinker and I were hiking through the woods.  She leaped off of the path to chase something and got hung up on a branch, creating a 10-12 inch skin tear down the inside of her […]



Pet Insurance Claim of the Month – February 2015


FEBRUARY’S PETFIRST PET INSURANCE CLAIM OF THE MONTH! $2,535.00 paid to the family of Onyx, a Mixed Breed dog from Connecticut Onyx, a 1 year old Mixed Breed dog, learned the hard way that he shouldn’t eat bones. 2-3 days after consuming a marrow bone, Onyx was vomiting and in a lot of pain. A […]



Pet Insurance Claim of the Month – January 2015


JANUARY’S PETFIRST PET INSURANCE CLAIM OF THE MONTH! $1,263.01 paid to the family of Boomer, a Miniature Australian Shepherd from Texas Boomer, a 2 year old Miniature Australian Shepherd, was attacked one night by suspected coyotes. His wounds were severe with extensive tissue damage and muscle tearing on both his left and right sides. After […]



PetFirst 2015 Testimonials Contest


SUBMIT YOUR MEMBER STORY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN! Are you a PetFirst policyholder with a great story to share? If so, tell us for a chance to be featured on our website, Facebook page, and in our monthly Scoop! newsletter. Read on for more details. Do you have a great PetFirst story to share?  […]



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PetFirst Testimonial of the Month – December Member Story


Congratulations to Brenda McClanahan as our December Testimonial of the Month winner! “I found Mojo feasting on a packet of homemade scones that were chock-full of chocolate chips.  They had apparently fallen unnoticed out of our upright freezer when we got something out.  The packet contained three scones and was wrapped in several layers of […]



Pet Insurance Claim of the Month – December 2014


DECEMBER’S PETFIRST PET INSURANCE CLAIM OF THE MONTH $1,858.69 paid to the family of Bumble, a Rottweiler from Indiana Bumble, a 10 year old Rottweiler, woke his mommy up one morning at 4 am to go out, which was unusual.  His pet parent then noticed that he had thrown up twice, again not normal.  Bumble […]



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PetFirst Testimonial of the Month – November Member Story


Congratulations to Angie Swindle as the winner of our November Testimonial of the Month Giveaway! “I got Bianca when she was just 8 weeks old.  Unfortunately she has had some medical problems throughout her 3 1/2 years, but good thing for me I have carried pet first insurance on her since day one. My vet […]



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PetFirst’s November Pet of the Month Contest Winner


CONGRATS TO FROSTI, PETFIRST’S NOVEMBER PET OF THE MONTH! Frosti, a 4 year old West Highland Terrier is a happy-go-lucky pup bringing joy to all those he meets (both human and animal), and is definitely deserving of November’s PetFirst Pet of the Month Contest winner title. “After the passing of our darling Cinoman is was […]



Pet Insurance Claim of the Month – November 2014


NOVEMBER’S PETFIRST PET INSURANCE CLAIM OF THE MONTH $2,494.89 paid to the family of Emma, an English Mastiff from Massachusetts Emma, a 2 year old English Mastiff, has a big appetite befitting of a dog of her size, however one day this monstrous appetite got her into big trouble. She wound up ingesting a plastic […]



Tips for Boarding Your Pet


Do’s & Don’ts When Boarding Pets for the Holidays The closing of the year includes travel for many people. For those with pets, the question arises of whether or not to board your pet for the duration of holiday travel. By taking note of a few boarding do’s and don’ts, you can help ensure a […]