One of the great things about pet insurance it is that you don’t have to focus on your bank account when you bring your dog into the hospital. You get to focus on your dog.
One night some time ago, Noodle, a Brussels Griffon who lives in Manhattan, developed a bloody nose. His owners, Brian Orter and Michael Di-Martino, didn’t think much of it at first — but the nosebleed never stopped. They spent a sleepless night wiping up “a never-ending drip of blood from his nose and beard.” Eventually, things took a turn for the worse. The little dog nearly died in his owner’s arms, his blood levels so low he could no longer get oxygen to his brain.