Proudly Representing the North American Pet Insurance Industry
NAPHIA members include pet health insurance providers, underwriters, veterinary practice groups, brand marketers and more. Together, we work to achieve our shared goals, promote professional standards, advancing the industry and marketplace for pet insurance across the U.S. and Canada.
NAPHIA’s working committees focus on research and benchmarking, universal standards, veterinary relations, regulatory, fraud-prevention, industry events, pet insurance education and professional development.
Collectively, NAPHIA’s membership represents the majority of pet insurance brands currently offered across North America. Our members are progressive, responsive and deeply passionate about the welfare of pets and their owners.
As the voice of the industry, we are here to support the growth of our members, to help create a regulatory environment that provides for a robust and pro-competitive marketplace with a variety of insurance products that suit the needs of all pet owners, and to work collaboratively towards the strategic vision of the industry as a whole.
Industry Drivers are companies and organizations actively marketing, selling and underwriting Pet Health Insurance coverage within North America. NAPHIA’s Industry Members include Pet Insurance Providers, MGA’s, Underwriters and Carriers.
Industry Associates are companies and organizations aligned with NAPHIA’s mandate and vision, who are interested in positioning themselves and conducting business within the Pet health insurance industry marketplace. These include consumer rating, comparison or listing websites that are pet insurance-centric as well as ‘companion’ products and services that are marketed as add-ons or alongside pet insurance plans.
Industry Allies are companies, organizations and professionals that, while not operating specifically in the pet insurance industry, may share part of NAPHIA’s mandate, or have an active interest in or focus on the pet insurance marketplace: These include software, technology, and insurance service providers (i.e. telehealth, policy administration, risk or data management, etc.), professional service corporations (legal, consulting, research, actuarial, underwriting), and animal health and welfare organizations (i.e. veterinary groups and consolidators, non-profit associations, etc.)