Nationwide Pet Health Insurance Buyer’s Guide
Below are 5 foolproof steps for finding the right plan. This step-by-step guide will help you make a smart decision when buying pet insurance for your dog or cat.
1. Pick the reimbursement type that works for you.
All pet insurance plans use either a percentage of invoice or a benefit schedule to calculate reimbursement.
2. Research the factors affecting your coverage.
Be sure you understand what is and isn't covered—as well as when and why those things might change.
3. Look at prices and value.
Weigh what you’re paying against what you’re getting. There’s no point in buying a plan just because it’s cheap if it doesn’t cover what you need.
5. Look at the company’s track record for dependability.
A lot of pet insurers have come and gone. The key to picking one you can count on is to go with the company that has the most stability, experience and recommendations.
Receive a quote or further assistance
Please call 877-738-7874 to explore their plans and get a no obligation quote. To ensure you receive the correct quote and pricing, provide Group Code N324. Your welcome packet will arrive shortly after purchasing the insurance.
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Insurance plans are offered and administered by Veterinary Pet Insurance Company in California and DVM Insurance Agency in all other states. Underwritten by Veterinary Pet Insurance Company (CA), Brea, CA, an A.M. Best A rated company (2013); National Casualty Company (all other states), Madison, WI, an A.M. Best A+ rated company (2014). Nationwide, the Nationwide N and Eagle, and Nationwide Is On Your Side are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. ©2015 Nationwide.
*Everyday discounts, special offers and services are available to members with Benefits Plus® Checking. Nominal fee of $6.95 will be charged on the last day of each month. If checking is closed or member cancels Benefits Plus® within six months of enrollment date, an early termination fee of $25 will be charged. See Credit Union for additional details. Federally insured by NCUA. Also privately insured by Excess Share Insurance (ESI). ESI is not affiliated with NCUA.