Online registration is now open for NAPHIA Summit 2014.
In honor of Pet Dental Health Month, VPI is once again encouraging pet owners to brush up on their knowledge of dog and cat dental care. In 2013, VPI policyholders spent more than $11.2 million on dental conditions and procedures, the fourth most common type of claim submitted to the Company during the year.
This year’s Summit will be held at the beautiful (and pet-friendly) Lansdowne Resort.
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Get ready for inaugural release of NAPHIA’s 1st annual Pet Health Insurance Market Report – Coming Soon!
In this new and one-of-a-kind Report, you’ll get exclusive access to unique metrics and insightful analysis that simply isn’t available anywhere else.
All the reported data and information was gathered through exclusive interviews with real players in today’s pet health insurance marketplace – the people who know the industry best. Then, 3rd party analysis was conducted to validate these findings against private and public market and benchmarking data. The result will be a clear, accurate and probing look at the marketplace, with profiles on the companies and personalities involved, as well as thoughtful examination of the challenges and opportunities facing this highly competitive and emerging industry in the US and Canada.
If you’re interested in learning more about pet health insurance, want to know what’s really happening in the business, or are looking at investing in the industry, this is a valuable, competitively-priced and reliable resource you won’t want to be without!
If you only buy one report this year, make it the Pet Health Insurance Market Intelligence Report.
To be notified immediately when the report is available complete the contact form.
As one of only a handful of full-time pet insurance actuaries in the United States, Laura Bennett’s job is to determine what ailments or injuries are most likely to drive medical costs for your cat or dog. Read More >>
If you can’t live without your dog, it’s time to consider whether you can’t live without extra insurance, too. The same goes for other pets, although it’s dogs that comprise the focus of home and auto policies.
The 3rd annual Summit takes place May 27-29, 2014
The NAPHIA Summit is an annual gathering of North American industry leaders, NAPHIA member companies, insurance companies, partners and other interested parties. This special event offers the opportunity to discuss best practices and new initiatives for the pet health insurance industry. We are currently finalizing information about the event. Read More >>
September is Pet Health Insurance Month across North America and our members are celebrating, each in their own unique way. We invite you to learn more about pet insurance by downloading our buying guide and to participate in the pet insurance month activities our members have planned.
While roughly 45 million Americans struggle to access medical care, turns out many pets can access high-end medical treatments such as kidney transplants or acupuncture—thanks to the growing availability of pet insurance. Even Wal-Mart has dipped its toe in pet health insurance, albeit in Canada.
No matter how careful you are with your dog, accidents happen — and sometimes they’re costly ones. Just ask Les Kaciban of Ashburn, Virginia, whose Komondor puppy Charlie swallowed a corn cob and required emergency surgery to remove it.