They say my dog is a banned breed… what now?

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Anyone with a “dangerous breed” dog such a as a pit, rot, German shepherd, or husky even..knows how hard it is to rent a home with the insurance issues that landlords face. Here’s something I just found! Dog liability insurance…

“Einhorn Insurance is proud to offer dog liability insurance to responsible owners of “dangerous” breeds (as labeled by most insurance companies). Einhorn Insurance does NOT agree with the way most insurance companies stereotype strictly by a dog’s breed. We look at each dog individually and do not judge based on breed.

As proud Pit Bull owners and advocates, we are especially sensitive to this issue. We couldn’t imagine being discriminated against because our Pit Bulls are considered to be “dangerous” by most insurance carriers (even though they have never bit a person or animal). Einhorn Insurance offers pit bull friendly insurance and insurance for ALL dog breeds.

Many people call us because they are having difficulties finding a place to rent with their dogs. For helpful tips on renting with a Pit Bull or any other dog, please visit our guide: Renting with Dogs”

Our Dog Liability Policies Cover All Breeds

We can even help you with a policy if your dog has been deemed:

Pet Insurance for Landlords

  • dangerous
  • vicious
  • potentially dangerous
  • potentially vicious
  • a public nuisance

We know as well as you do, it’s not the dog, it’s the owner. Our policies even provide insurance coverage for your dog(s) when you are away from home. So, you can be at the dog park and you’re still covered!

Dangerous Dog Breeds

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According to most insurance companies, the following are the more common “Dangerous Breeds” or “Blacklisted Breeds”:

  • Pit Bulls & Staffordshire Terriers
  • Doberman Pinschers
  • Rottweilers
  • Chows
  • Great Danes
  • Presa Canarios
  • Akitas
  • Alaskan Malamutes
  • German Shepherds
  • Siberian Huskies
  • Wolf-hybrids
  • Or a mix of any of the above

Liability Insurance for Dog Rescues

As dog lovers, Einhorn Insurance has worked with Pit Bull Rescues for 10 years. We are currently involved with 50+ dog rescues/non-profit 501(c)3 organizations and donate to them monthly. Most of these rescues are focused on the “dangerous” breeds: Pit Bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, German Shepherds, Dobermans and Rottweilers.

Einhorn Insurance has access to a very exclusive and elite policy for dog rescues that work with ALL BREEDS. YES, this even includes Pit Bull Rescues. As long as you are a 501(c)3 or have already submitted your application for your 501(c)3 filing, we can help you with a policy for your dog rescue organization.

Our General Liability policy offers coverage for:

  • Dog Bites or Damage Caused by Rescue Dogs
  • Foster Homes
  • Care, Custody and Control
  • Professional Liability
  • Non-Owned Autos and Hired Autos
  • Additional Insureds

Are You a Landlord?

Einhorn Insurance encourages landlords to rent to RESPONSIBLE dog owners. They make great tenants and are usually very appreciative for the opportunity. Additionally, they tend to stay longer and are willing to pay a higher rent to keep their family together.

We personally own income property and all of our tenants own Pit Bulls. As landlords, we require our tenants have coverage for their dogs and list us as an Additional Insured on their dog liability policy.

For more information regarding insurance for your dog, insurance for your rescue or if you are a Landlord whose tenants have dogs, please hit the GET A QUOTE button.

Our CBOs (Chief Barking Officers) are looking forward to helping you and your canine family members with dog liability insurance.

Contact Einhorn Insurance today to find out how we can help.”

 

For more info please visit their website at http://einhorninsurance.com/dangerous-dog-liability-insurance/#all-breeds

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