DisclOSURE AND DISCLAIMER: This post, originally published in 2016, was sponsored by Figo. I also earn a small affiliate commission each time a new POTENTIAL MEMBER REQUESTS A QUOTE via my link. Please note that this post is based off of the specific plan that I purchased for Henry and that your plan or experience may vary — I encourage you to call Figo’s customer service department with specific policy questions.
Why do I love Figo Pet Insurance? Let me count the ways! Here are nine reasons why I think Figo is the best pet insurance for today’s pet owners.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE: ON OCTOBER 3, 2016, AMAZON CHANGED THEIR TERMS OF SERVICE TO BAN INCENTIVIZED REVIEWS OUTSIDE OF THOSE FACILITATED THROUGH THEIR VINE PROGRAM. MANY OF THESE SITES WILL CONTINUE TO OFFER DISCOUNTS, BUT A REVIEW IS NOT REQUIRED. READ MORE HERE.
Did you know that it is super easy to get discounted or free Amazon products in exchange for an honest review? There’s no catch — just lots of savings. I’ve purchased dozens of dog products and home products for incredible deals, and I’m going to teach you how! Keep reading to learn more!
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I live in New York City, but space comes at a premium no matter where you live! Most young adults in New York live with roommates or, if they are very lucky, in tiny one-bedroom or studio apartments. Living in a small space with a dog — whether in a city or a more rural area — presents its own series of challenges, but there are ways to make it easier. Keep reading for some tips I’ve gathered during my experience living in a small apartment with a dog.
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Do you have a dog that gets cold easily? Do you know how to knit? You can help keep your pup warm with a homemade sweater! Henry isn’t the biggest fan of sweaters, but I’ve made him a few for the coldest winter days. I don’t use dog sweater patterns because I’ve been knitting for a long time and I like to make them up as I go along, but there are plenty of patterns available online for those who want to take on the challenge! I’ve rounded up seven of my favorites, so keep reading to get inspired!