Like a trusted goalie for your pets

Nationwide and NWSL logo - Nationwide is the official pet insurance partner of the NWSL

Coverage for pet people, by pet people

With more than 40 years of experience protecting pets, Nationwide knows the game plan in and out. We know what we want covered for our pets, so we made sure to cover it for yours.

Accidents & injuries

Chronic illnesses

Procedures

Common illnesses

Hereditary conditions

Holistic & alternative

Serious illnesses

Testing & diagnostics

Plans start at $35 a month*

*Some exclusions may apply. Certain coverages may be excluded due to pre-existing conditions. See policy documents for a complete list of exclusions. Plans may not be available in all states. Policy eligibility may vary. Premiums vary based on the age of the pet, species, size (as an adult), plan type, deductible and state of residence. Wellness plans not available in all states.

How Nationwide® pet insurance works

Visit any vet

1. Visit any vet
If your pet is sick or hurt, you’re free to use any vet.

Submit a claim with your mobile device

2. Submit your claim
Send us a claim along with your paid invoice.

Cash back reimbursement

3. Get reimbursed
Receive reimbursement for eligible vet expenses.

Join America’s largest pet insurance community

From fast reimbursement to special perks, Nationwide pet insurance members get more from their policy.

Cash back on eligible vet bills

Eligible reimbursements delivered straight to your bank account

Vethelpline pet health advice

Easy 24/7 access to pet health experts via the vethelpline® app

PetRXExpress

Preferred pricing on pet prescriptions from Nationwide PetRxExpress

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She Snoots, She Scores sweepstakes

One lucky winner has a chance to score:

  • Two tickets to the 2022 NWSL Championship game
  • Round-trip airfare + two-night hotel stay
  • Sports bag full of soccer swag

To enter, get a free, no-obligation pet insurance quote.

No purchase necessary. Sweepstakes runs 8/1/22-8/31/22. Sweepstakes not available in Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and Washington. See official rules.