Pet Assure Veterinary Discount Plan

Pet Assure Veterinary Discount Plan Pet Assure covers every type of pet regardless of health issues that exist now or may arise in the future or pre-existing conditions! Our services has no annual limits, no deductibles and no waiting periods - get immediate savings!
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04/16/2016

What to do if your Dog or Cat is poisoned:

* Remove your pet from the area.
* Check to make sure your pet is safe: breathing and acting
normally.
* Do NOT give any home antidotes.
* Do NOT induce vomiting without consulting a vet or Pet Poison
Helpline.
* Call Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680.
* If veterinary attention is necessary, contact your veterinarian or
emergency veterinary clinic immediately.

Detailed Instructions:

1) Immediately remove your pet from the area, and make sure no other pets (or kids!) are exposed to this area. Safely remove any remaining poisonous material from their reach.

2) Check to make sure your pet is breathing normally and acting fine otherwise.

3) Collect a sample of the material, along with the packaging, vial, or container, and save it – you will need all that information when you talk to your veterinarian or to a Pet Poison Helpline expert.

4) Do NOT give your dog any milk, food, salt, oil, or any other home remedies! Also, never inducing vomiting without talking to your veterinarian or Pet Poison Helpline – it may actually be detrimental or contraindicated to induce vomiting!

5) Don’t give hydrogen peroxide to your pet without checking with a vet or with Pet Poison Helpline first. For you cat lovers, hydrogen peroxide doesn’t work well to induce vomiting (it just causes massive foaming and salivating instead!), and stronger veterinary prescription medications are necessary to get your cat to vomit up the poison Kitty ingested!

6) Get help. Program your veterinarian phone number, along with an ER vet and Pet Poison Helpline’s phone number (800-213-6680) in your cell phone so you will always have immediate access to help.

Keep in mind that the prognosis is always better when a toxicity is reported immediately, so don’t wait to see if your pet becomes symptomatic before calling for help. It’s always less expensive, and safer for your pet for you to call immediately.

Remember that there’s a narrow window of time when we can decontaminate (induce vomiting or pump the stomach) in the case of a poisoning!

Good Nuts For DogsPeanuts: raw or roasted, removed from their shells, and unsalted, peanuts are safe for dogs. Dogs don’...
04/16/2016

Good Nuts For Dogs

Peanuts: raw or roasted, removed from their shells, and unsalted, peanuts are safe for dogs. Dogs don’t tend to experience peanut allergies as frequently or as violently as humans do, but those allergies do exist.

Cashews: Dogs can eat cashews as an occasional treat, however eating too much can cause stomach pain. Make sure they are also cooked or roasted, due to raw cashews nuts contain a toxin which is eliminated through high-temperature.

Hazelnuts: Dogs can eat hazelnuts as they are not toxic to them. But, if you have a small dog, a hazelnut could pose a choking risk or could cause an intestinal obstruction.

Did you know that pet insurance policies exclude an average of more than 200 conditions/procedures?While pet insurance s...
12/01/2015
Pet Insurance Alternative | Pet Plans by Pet Assure

Did you know that pet insurance policies exclude an average of more than 200 conditions/procedures?

While pet insurance seems attractive with their high coverage numbers, the facts are very different. A typical policy only pays about 40% of a pet’s annual medical bills. The rest gets wiped away by deductibles and fine print.

Pet Assure is low cost, has no deductibles and because there are no exclusions on in-house medical services, you get a guaranteed savings of 25% each and every visit. You actually save more than insurance on regular veterinary care!

Learn more today: www.petassure.com/debrat

In February of 2010, we lost Jenny, one of our beloved dogs. We were heartbroken and our other two dogs, Hannah and Emil...
04/06/2015
Take Two, They're Small

In February of 2010, we lost Jenny, one of our beloved dogs. We were heartbroken and our other two dogs, Hannah and Emily, were really feeling the loss, so we decided to check out a litter of Border Collie/Retriever pups at a local rescue in Maine. We took Hannah and Emily with us and we were chosen by Lucy, one of the ten girls in the litter. We also met Kristie, with the big kisses and wiggly butt, and it was a hard choice. The next morning, my partner told me that she could not get Kristie out of her head and I asked if that meant she wanted to adopt her instead of Lucy. She shook her head and I realized that she wanted us to take both puppies.

Read full story: http://theanimalrescuesite.greatergood.com/clickToGive/ars/story/take-two-they-re-small195?origin=ARS_FACE_AMC_STRY_SMALL_040515_CTG&utm_source=social&utm_medium=amc&utm_term=20150405&utm_campaign=take-two-they-re-small

In February of 2010, we lost Jenny, one of our beloved dogs. We were heartbroken and our other two dogs, Hannah and Emily, were really ...

Such a beautiful baby and rescue story
03/23/2015

Such a beautiful baby and rescue story

When my family decided to attend a conference down in Cincinnati, Ohio, we did not expect to come back with an additional member of the family. The conference took place in an outdoor park equipped with a gazebo and picnic tables scattered about. The park was also surrounded by woods.

When my sister came back to our family picnic table, plate piled with food (including a drumstick), an orange kitten ran up onto our table, snatched the drumstick, then scampered off into the woods to consume its catch.

Everyone burst out laughing while my sister began to cry, dumbfounded at the fact that an animal just took her food...

Read more here: www.greatergood.me/18MgDY9

#TheAnimalRescueSite #storiesoflove

CPR and First Aid that every Pet Owner should know ... Please Read the article associated to this image - it explains th...
03/17/2015

CPR and First Aid that every Pet Owner should know ...

Please Read the article associated to this image - it explains the importance of knowing the Proper technique's :-)

Learning CPR and First Aid could save your pet's life. Here are the things EVERY pet owner ought to know:
http://www.animalwellnessmagazine.com/articles/cpr-and-first-aid/

Pet insurance alternative covers ANY pet, absolutely no exclusions. Save $100s on pet care. As low as $7.95/month. Singl...
11/20/2014

Pet insurance alternative covers ANY pet, absolutely no exclusions. Save $100s on pet care. As low as $7.95/month.

Single Dog Plan ~ benefits your dog, horse, or other large animal

Single Cat Plan ~ benefits your cat, rodent, reptile, or other small animal

Family Plan ~ includes up to 4 pets of any kind

Learn more today ...
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Arthritis in PetsWhy do my joints hurt? Just like humans, our furry friends can suffer from arthritis. Learn what it is ...
11/19/2014

Arthritis in Pets

Why do my joints hurt? Just like humans, our furry friends can suffer from arthritis. Learn what it is and how to help!

On one of my trips to my parent’s home, I noticed that our Chocolate Labrador, Joy, appeared to have lost some weight. When I asked my mom about it, she replied that Joy had, indeed, gone on a diet. The reason behind the diet was that Joy had developed dog arthritis, and maintaining a healthy weight helps her joints feel much better.

But, why is that? What exactly is arthritis, and how can you treat it?

Read & Learn more at: http://www.petassure.com/blog/arthritis-pets

Pumpkin Pet Treats It seems that once autumn strikes, so do all of the pumpkin products. You won’t be surprised to know ...
11/18/2014

Pumpkin Pet Treats

It seems that once autumn strikes, so do all of the pumpkin products. You won’t be surprised to know that humans aren’t the only ones who can indulge in these treats. Learn how to make some pumpkin pet treats!

Each year, it seems that there are more and more pumpkin products available when autumn rolls around. I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things about fall is the return of pumpkin pie. Not only are there pumpkin goodies for humans, but there are also pumpkin recipes you can make for your pooch! These treats can be made at home using ingredients from your local grocery store. Try them, and let us know how your pet likes them!

We have 2 great recipes for dog pumpkin treats ...

1 - Peanut Butter and Pumpkin Cookies

2 - Pumpkin Dog Biscuits

http://www.petassure.com/blog/pumpkin-pet-treats

National Pet Cancer Awareness MonthLearn the signs and symptoms of pet cancer in all types of animals!Do you know the si...
11/17/2014

National Pet Cancer Awareness Month

Learn the signs and symptoms of pet cancer in all types of animals!

Do you know the signs of cancer in your animal? If you don’t, November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. So it’s a good time to learn! Below are the top signs of pet cancer in all animals. If your critter begins to show any of these symptoms, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian.

1- Lumps or bumps under the skin: Not all bumps will be cancer, but the only way to know for sure is to have your veterinarian look over your pet. If the lump is not going away or is actually growing, it’s time to schedule an appointment.

2- Foul odors: Abnormal and even stinky smells coming from your animal’s mouth, ears or any other part of the body can be a sign that something isn’t right.

3- Abnormal discharge: These discharges include pus, vomiting, diarrhea and blood. In addition, if your animal’s abdomen, or stomach, becomes bloated or swollen, it is time to schedule an appointment. Also, a bloated stomach that doesn’t go away could be an accumulation of discharge within the body.

4- Wounds that don’t go away: If your pet has wounds or sores that haven’t healed, this could be a sign of skin disease, infection or cancer.

5- Unexplained weight loss: If your animal isn’t on a diet but has been losing weight, cancer might be the culprit. In addition, if your pet’s appetite changes, mention this to your animal doctor.

6- Coughing or difficulty breathing: These symptoms can be caused by a lot of things, so schedule an appointment immediately if you notice this in your pet.

Other signs to look for include lethargy and apparent pain. While these symptoms aren’t always due to cancer, all are good reasons to schedule a visit with your veterinarian.

Colds in PetsWith the cooler temperatures rolling in, sneezing and coughing have been increasing over the past few weeks...
11/17/2014

Colds in Pets

With the cooler temperatures rolling in, sneezing and coughing have been increasing over the past few weeks. However, humans aren’t the only ones who can catch the common cold. Our animals can too!

The symptoms for your pet will most likely mirror your cold symptoms: runny nose, sneezing, coughing and watery eyes.

However, since your animal can’t just tell you it has a cold, you need to be sure that symptoms aren’t caused by something more serious. If your pooch is vomiting, has diarrhea or is lethargic, schedule an appointment with your veterinarian. Those types of symptoms are indicators for a more serious illness, such as the flu or poisoning. Also, if your animal is either young or old, schedule an appointment with the vet, just to be sure. Dogs at either end of the age scale tend to have weaker immune systems. If your pet is simply sneezing or coughing, but otherwise appears to be in good health, it is most likely just the common cold. To help treat it, make sure there is a good supply of water available. Fun fact: you can feed your pooch chicken noodle soup, just be sure to leave out the bones! Your furry friend may also need an extra blanket or two to keep warm.

To prevent a cold and many other illnesses, help your pet maintain a healthy diet and drink plenty of water. That’s the best solution to keep your pooch’s immune system in shape to fight off those nasty germs.

09/06/2014

Dog Health Changes

NEW Pet Assure Merchant Pet Assure is happy to announce it's partnership with Dr. Shawn's Naturals ~ a complete line of ...
08/28/2014

NEW Pet Assure Merchant

Pet Assure is happy to announce it's partnership with Dr. Shawn's Naturals ~ a complete line of natural pet products!

Developed by well-know holistic veterinarian Dr. Shawn Messonnier, the line includes organic-based shampoos and ear wash, as well as oral nutritional supplements to support pet's joints, GI system, urinary system and immune system. Dr. Shawn, former award-winning radio show host for Martha Stewart Radio, has used these natural products on thousands of his patients, showing them to be safe and effective. With our partnership with Dr. Shawn's Naturals, Pet Assure members can save 30% off the suggested retail pricing of all of the products in the line.

Start saving on your Pet Healthcare and Much More Today!!

To view our services and to get started ~ visit:
www.petassure.com/debrat

Pearl ( Newfoundland ) Awww look at those eyes :-) Rate this cutie pie
08/26/2014

Pearl ( Newfoundland ) Awww look at those eyes :-)

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Satin (Yorkshire Terrier)Rate this sweet tiny angel
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Satin (Yorkshire Terrier)

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Bruno and Bo ( Maine Coon )

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04/24/2013

Every type of animal is covered ~ so whatever breed or species you have as a pet we'll make sure your baby get's the proper medical care at a huge discount!

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04/22/2013
Aristotle (Labrador)

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As a Pet Assure member you also get Merchant Discounts Save up to 50% on pet products and services from our growing netw...
04/18/2013
Pet Insurance Alternative by Pet Assure – Cat and Dog Pet Health Insurance

As a Pet Assure member you also get Merchant Discounts

Save up to 50% on pet products and services from our growing network - such as:

1 - Enclosure Deals
2 - Pet Grooming
3 - Pet Food
4 - Pet Sitting
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7 - Supplies
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9 - Pet Art
10 - Pet Medications ( Pharmaceuticals )
11 - Other Services and Items

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Pet insurance alternative covers ANY pet, absolutely no exclusions. Save $100s on pet care. As low as $7.95/month. For a free quote call 888-789-PETS.

All Animals Accepted
04/18/2013

All Animals Accepted

04/18/2013

Pet Assure has no annual limits, no deductibles and no waiting periods. We will NOT ask you about your pet's health because every pet is covered regardless of health issues that exist now or that may arise in the future.

Your discount even applies to pre-existing conditions

Address

415 Cedarbridge Ave Ste 7
Lakewood, NJ
08701

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(646) 368-7807

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