@Suzan – One option you have is to keep using your Animas pump, even though it’s out of warranty. You likely have plenty of use left in this pump.
Otherwise, the choices we have in the US are limited: Medtronic, Tandem, and Omnipod. You might consider buying the oldest pump that Medtronic will sell you as new. That appears to be the MiniMed 530G system. Although it’s made to be used with Med-T CGM, there’s nothing keeping you from using the insulin pump function only and then adding your Dexcom separately. This is what I’d likely do in your circumstance. I’ve used Dexcom CGMs since 2009.
There’s a good chance you’ll become accustomed to the 530G system and soon feel comfortable. I’ve never used the 530 but I started on a MiniMed 722 a year ago and I can access the menu system as quickly as I used to navigate the Animas Ping. I used the Ping for eight years.
One other option is to go on multiple daily injections or MDI. I did this last year for five months simply to get used to another treatment so I could go to it if forced to in the future. It was my first time off of a pump in 29 years. I found it a great experience. I used a Tresiba pen for my long-acting insulin and an Apidra pen for mealtime and corrections. I also used Afrezza for corrections. I believe that everyone on a pump should have an MDI plan on standby should the need arise.
Good luck with your choices. It can be hard when you are forced off of the comfortable routine but diabetes is all about adjusting to what it throws at you. You can do this!