What you need to know

Whether you have a cat named Fido or a Doberman named Fluffy, your family members with collars need medical care just like you—both preventive care and for the unexpected illness or injury. With pet insurance, you can help keep your cat or dog healthy. And you’ll have more peace of mind when the vet asks, “Does he like the taste of Legos?”

Pet insurance


  • There are two plans to choose from:
    • Accident and Illness
    • Accident and Illness + Wellness
  • Visit the licensed veterinarian or clinic of your choice.
  • Premiums are deducted each paycheck (24 pay periods) for convenient payroll deductions.
  • After you’ve met your annual deductible, PetPartners will reimburse a percentage of your claim, up to the annual maximum.
  • If your pet has a preexisting condition, they may not be covered for services if they did not previously have coverage. For additional details, please review the plan overview.

For more information, read the plan overview or the FAQ.

My pet is covered by PetPartners

Visit the PetPartners website to change or manage your existing policy. Changes take effect on the first day of the month following approval.

I want to cover my pet through PetPartners

If you just adopted a new cat or dog (or they were just born), you can enroll them within 60 days of the adoption or birth of your new cat or dog. If you are within the 60-day window, visit this PetPartners website to enroll in coverage for the first time. Changes take effect on the first day of the month following approval. If you want to cover an existing cat or dog, or you are outside of the 60-day window, you’ll be able to enroll your pet during the next Annual Enrollment period.


If your furry friends are covered by a Nationwide pet insurance policy, it will remain in effect unless you cancel it. However, payroll deductions are no longer supported. You can manage your Nationwide pet insurance policy on the website.

Visit the Nationwide site