ASPCA Pet Insurance
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|Headquarters||Canton, Ohio, U.S.|
|Area served||United States|
ASPCA Pet Insurance is a property and casualty insurance program that reimburses pet owners for the costs of covered veterinary care. It was developed by the Hartville Group, Inc., which is a strategic partner of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA). The Hartville Group, Inc. is based in Canton, Ohio. Founded in 1997 along with its subsidiary agency, Petsmarketing Insurance.com Agency, Hartville is one of the largest providers of pet health insurance in the U.S. Hartville’s agency is authorized to sell insurance in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
By 2005, more than 500,000 pets in North America were covered by pet insurance, and Hartville was already one of the larger providers, according to Packaged Facts. Today, Hartville provides several brands of pet insurance  and runs in-house sales and customer service operations that the company also uses to expand custom private label pet insurance programs. In 2006, Hartville was selected by the ASPCA as its only strategic partner for pet health insurance. The partnership was renewed in the summer of 2011. Through this partnership, the ASPCA will receive a minimum of $1.95 million over at least three years. The insurance policies are underwritten by the United States Fire Insurance Company.
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