Product liability covers you if someone becomes ill or is injured as a result of the products you supply. For example, if a dog toy or grooming product you sell injures a client or their pet.
Working with animals isn't always a walk in the park – it has its own set of challenges. Not only are you responsible for keeping your furry friends safe when they're in your care, you're also responsible for any harm or damage they might cause. That's why it's important to have the right dog groomers' insurance in place.
We let you tailor your policy to suit the unique needs of your business. So, whether you're washing a client's dog at your grooming studio or pampering a pooch at your client's house, you're covered if something goes wrong.
Add any of the following cover options to your dog groomers' Insurance to create a policy that suits your business. These covers are subject to policy conditions and limits.
It doesn't matter how many different types of cover you include in your policy – you'll only pay one premium, with one renewal date. You just choose whether to pay it monthly or annually. It couldn't be simpler.
It's always good practice to ask your clients whether their dog has any behavioural issues before you treat them. For example, if you know a dog is likely to bite you or an employee whilst being groomed, muzzling the dog beforehand can help prevent unnecessary injury.