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The rate you will pay for insurance depends on where you live and how much vet care typically costs in your region.
I have Trupanion, too, and while it started six years ago at about $55 a month, it is now $81 a month.Everything is more expensive in Canada and I live in downtown Toronto, which makes it even more expensive. But I do love Trupanion and have had very good experiences with them.
As for supplements, if you are feeding a balanced dog food, you do not need supplements unless your pup has some condition that would lead your vet to prescribe them. Just adding them on top of a good balanced food can actually lead to your pup getting too much of a good thing.
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Last edited by Sweet Girl; 08-18-2019 at 01:13 PM.