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Odie Pet Insurance Raises $3M

The funding will help the company accelerate growth and invest in technology.




NEW YORK — Odie Pet Insurance has closed on over $3 million in funding to accelerate its growth and invest in technology.

The funding will go to areas including claims and payments automations, increasing member portal functionality, and the expansion of partnership integrations, according to a press release from the company.

The investment round was led by Walkabout Ventures and Slow Ventures. Various New York-based family offices and individual investors also made direct investments into the round.

“I’m extremely humbled by the quality and professional expertise of our investors,” said Miles Thorson, co-founder and CEO of Odie. “Each one brings a high level of synergy and strategic value to our business.”

Josh Diamond of Walkabout Ventures said: “We were excited by Odie’s diverse growth strategy. Their abilities to provide embedded pet insurance solutions and a high level of customization to partners was a key differentiator.”




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