Dog Sitter Insurance
What is dog breeding insurance?
Dog breeding insurance is a particular type of insurance package that meets the standard requirements of anyone that runs a dog or pet breeding service. In other words the policy includes cover for areas that arr specific to dog breeders making it different to say dog walking insurance.
What are the benefits of dog breeding insurance?
With a policy in place so the financial burden of a lawsuit is covered, the owner of a dog breeding business can conduct business as usual so the best possible pups are created from the pure breeds in their possession. With the risks involved in pregnancies, births, fertility issues, diseases and death covered monetarily if something goes wrong and out of their control the dog breeder, they can relax knowing the financial burden of problems will be handled. Below we have listed the key areas normally contained within a dog breeding policy.
A dog breeding insurance policy makes it possible for the dog breeder to maintain their professionalism while in business without the worries associated with the financial costs of problems that might occur. While negligence by the dog breeder or their employees is not covered in some policies, all other aspect are, that are out of their control of the dog breeder are provided with coverage against the financial cost of operating this type of business. This makes it easier to help create the best possible puppies on a continuous and constant basis that are healthy.
How much will dog breeding insurance cost?
This will vary from business to business. The underwriter will take into consideration many factors to arrive at a premium. Take for example the turnover of your business if it it is high the more likely your are to have an incident that will result in you have to make a claim. On the plus side you may be a position to be able to take on a higher excess, the amount that you are liable for. In this event the broker will most likely reward you with a discounted price. Some factors such as your post code are also used to identify regions that have rates of crime, these postcodes will warrant a higher premium to cover additional risk to the underwriter.