Posted on Oct 17, 2018
Federation of Insured Dog Owners, Inc.
In your pet’s resume you are helping lower the landlord’s concern over noise, damage and even the potential for your dog to bite someone. The best way to address a landlord’s concern over “will this dog bite another tenant” is to show the landlord that you have invested in a Dog Bite Insurance Policy. This shows the landlord you are committed to caring for any issues that may arise if there is an accidental bite. The policy may also limit the landlord’s liability if a dog bite occurs. It is a peace-of-mind document that shows the landlord you are committed to your dog, protecting others and ultimately protecting the landlord.