Insurance brokers are gravitating toward pet insurance as a way to round out their product portfolios to fit their clients’ needs. And for employers, pet insurance is a morale-boosting and progressive benefit—one that is extremely attractive as a voluntary program with no cost and easy implementation.

“The Perks of Pet Insurance,” an article in the November issue of Employee Benefit Advisor magazine, outlines why pet insurance is experiencing a spike in interest among brokers and employers.

Hartville Group’s JoAnne Novak, VP of New Business Development / Employee Benefits and Robert Hall, VP, Business Development, pointed to Hartville’s unique programs for employers and brokers in the article.

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