Chances are that when you were having this discussion in open Court with the Judge there was a reporter taking down what you said, and what the judge said. If there was no reporter, a recording was being made, and the clerk has kept a copy. You can get a transcript made. You need the tape from the clerk, and then you can have a transcriptionist make a paper copy so everybody can read it.
You can hire new counsel if you don't have confidence in this lawyer's work any more. Your new lawyer can respond to your ex wife's motion that the six month period was discussed in open court, you paid twice as long as you said you would, and you are not in contempt of the order but you are done paying the pet insurance. Be prepared with bank statements or other proof of your payments.
Sorry he's not being more responsive. This was (is) clearly important to you, and he should have clarified it. You didn't do anything improper such as not pay.
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