Nationwide axes popular plan following significant losses.
Nationwide Pet will no longer offer unlimited, all-you-can-eat coverage.

Nationwide is cutting its losses–literally. The company’s 90%-reimbursement, unlimited pet insurance offering has been deep-sixed, spokeswoman Karen Davis confirmed to TCR. The genesis of the decision, although seemingly crystallized in recent company statutory filings with state insurance regulators (see below), is not something Nationwide CEO Kirt Walker would comment on. Now, consumers can take their pick between 50% or 70% reimbursement levels. And, they can take the $10,000 annual limit whether they like it or not.