Odie Vs Spot

Odie Pet Insurance Vs. Spot

Odie Pet Insurance offers two types of insurance policies, including an Illness & Injury plan and an Accident Only plan, as well as two tiers of an add-on Wellness plan to cover routine care costs. Affordable monthly premiums and comprehensive coverage set us apart from the competition. But don’t just take our word for it. We’ve done the research, so you don’t have to.

Odie is the most competitively priced insurance plan available on the market.

When looking for a pet insurance plan, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the coverage details. Many insurance companies overcharge for added benefits you likely will not use, so you end up paying more. Odie Pet Insurance was designed by animal health and veterinary medicine experts to provide comprehensive coverage for your pet’s needs, without overcharging for bells and whistles – making it the most affordable option. Odie insurance may be a more affordable option than comparable plans from Spot, without meaning your pet gets less coverage. In some cases, Odie’s rates are 50% less expensive than its competitors, for the same coverage terms*.

*Based on comparable coverage for a 3-year-old mixed breed dog in Texas, when compared against Fetch, Figo, Healthy Paws, Lemonade, Pets Best, Pumpkin, Spot, and Wagmo.

Odie emphasizes flexibility in coverage.

Odie Pet Insurance offers pet parents the ability to customize their plans by adding or removing optional benefits including Office Visits and Exam Fees, Prescription Medications, and Rehabilitation. While it comes recommended in our base plan, all pet parents have the option of removing this benefit so you can see the difference in costs at the onset. Spot does not offer an option to customize your coverage to include benefits such as Rehabilitation and Prescription Medications, so you’ll be stuck paying more even if you don’t need that coverage.

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