May has passed and as the Eusoh community continues to grow and grow, the more everyone saves. With summer already here and pets are out-and-about, enjoying the summer sun and heat -- it's a good time to visit the vet. Unfortunately, accidents and health issues are going to happen at this time of the year. It's good for you and your pet to have the assurance that there is a cost-sharing and cost-solution out there.
Eusoh is a new way for pet owners to share veterinary expenses together. It’s a premium-free cost-sharing alternative to pet insurance. You may ask yourself, “Will it work for my pet?” Even though we've been around for a short time, many pet owners are sharing, saving, and having great experiences with Eusoh. Here’s a testimonial from a real Eusoh customer.
The world of crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, and crowdsharing expanded with the funding of Waterdrop Company, a China-based medical alternative provider. They closed a 500-million yuan ($74.2 million) Series B financing round to expand their crowdfunding, mutual and insurance products.
Eusoh is building its healthcare solution to go with its successful solution for pets. As we continue this monumental task, we will be sharing new content aimed for individuals, groups, and families affected by the current healthcare situation. For more information regarding our healthcare mission, click here.
There are so many questions on pet diet. Add to that, there are so many options for pet owners to feed their pets. Traditional pet food manufacturers, artisan/independent companies, all the way to the local butcher, pet owner have a lot options. Here's an article from our friends at Healthcare for Pets, on whether a raw food diet is good for your cat.
Why Community is So Important
A frequent question we hear is, “Why is Eusoh’s emphasis on community?” Eusoh introduces a financial model that saves consumers significant money. Ironically, the emphasis on the community only further complicates our platform. Requiring our members to join community groups is a significant frictional barrier that has been an impediment for user adoption.
March 20 is the first day of Spring. After a long and cold winter, the sun is peeking out of the clouds, the flowers are beginning to bloom, and most of all, the animal world is coming out of a long hibernation. It’s the perfect time to get your pet off the couch, out of the house and back to the park, the beach or even the trails.
Our friends at Healthcare for Pets have an article on dental health for your pets. Taking care of our pets teeth can be an ordeal. But it is an ordeal we all must undertake. Over 85% of pets will deal with a dental issue. These issue are unseen and difficult to detect but with a trained eye, they can be dealt with. Here's what you can do to avoid a huge dental bill. Original article: https://www.healthcareforpets.com/article/how-to-prevent-dental-disease-in-cats-and-dogs/ By: Dr. Clayton Greenway, B.Sc., DVM
One of the most arduous tasks for pet owners is taking your beloved friend to the veterinarian. In the same way, people have a fear for the doctor, pets have the same fear for the veterinarian. For some pets, going to the veterinarian feels traumatic. The strange sounds and the new pungent smells emanating from the vet’s office can all be too much for your pet’s senses.
Etiquette is the way in which we conduct ourselves around others. There are rules for how to act at a dinner table, at a party, at school, and even when conversing with strangers. There are also rules for how to be a good dog owner. These focus not only on how we tend to our dog’s needs, but how we present our dog to the rest of the world. Being a dog owner means taking responsibility for our pet’s actions and making sure that these actions do not disrespect or inconvenience others. Here are four basic dog etiquette rules that you should be familiar with.