Dog Liability Insurance Details

Here is a list of some of the breeds of dogs considered by many insurance companies and state and local laws to have a “dangerous” nature:


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We offer dangerous dog liability insurance to owners of “dangerous” dog breeds. We look at each dog individually and do not judge based on breed. We offer Pit Bull-friendly insurance and insurance for all other dog breeds.

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We Offer Insurance For All Dogs. We Have No Breed Restrictions. Our Dog Liability Policies Cover All Dog Breeds. We can help you obtain a policy if your dog has been deemed:
  • Dangerous
  • Vicious
  • Potentially Dangerous
  • Potentially Vicious
  • A Public Nuisance
  • Any Other Label
Our approach focuses on the dog and the owner and not the breed. We don’t discriminate. Our insurance policies provide coverage for your dog when you are at home and when you are away from home.

Dangerous Dog Breeds

According to many insurance companies, the following are the most common Dangerous Dog Breeds or Blacklisted Dog Breeds:
  • Akita
  • Alaskan Malamute
  • Chow
  • Doberman Pinscher
  • German Shepherd
  • Great Dane
  • Pit Bull & Staffordshire Terrier
  • Presa Canario
  • Rottweiler
  • Siberian Husky
  • Wolf-hybrid
  • Or a mix of any of the above

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Dog Bite Liability

A dog bite can cause severe injury. It is best if you can take actions today to prevent a bite tomorrow. Also, your dog can cause injury to someone if your dog barks at that person but does not bite him. A person could have a heart attack as a result or could run away and fall and break an ankle. Many states have “one bite” laws which means that a dog owner can assert a defense if his dog bites a person one time. But many states have “strict liability” laws which means that a dog owner cannot assert a defense if his dog bites more than one time. Most states have laws that stipulate that a dog owner is always liable for damage caused by the dog. The issue raised by the “one bite” law and the “strict liability” law is the issue of defense. If your dog bites someone and the incident falls under a “strict liability” law, you are denied the opportunity to defend the incident. You must pay the injured party to compensate him for his damages even if you could prove that the dog bite injury resulted from the injured person’s negligence. Relying on insurance to prevent a dog bite incident is not possible. Insurance does not prevent dog bites. Only dog owners can prevent dog bites. It is best to keep your dog under your control at all times. If he gets out of your control and causes damage, your animal control officer may confiscate him or euthanize him. Control your dog, protect your dog, and you can avoid problems with your local animal control authority.

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