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It’s never easy to hear the news when customers just said goodbye to their pets—especially when it’s much too soon.

Recently, Cara P. of Columbia, Tenn.* contacted us about her Bernese Mountain Dog, George, who had been diagnosed with lymphoma—a cancer that required chemotherapy treatments.

Sadly, George has passed, but the cancer treatments had given his family some valuable extra time with him. We’re glad we could provide some measure of comfort during such a difficult time.

“Without ASPCA Pet Health Insurance, George wouldn’t have had 11 months of quality time with us,” Cara said. “Our family was able to treasure this time with him. Thank you, ASPCA Pet Health Insurance.”

Our condolences go out to George’s family, who sent us this wonderful photo of him.

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