Insurance Made for Dog Groomers, Trainers and Daycares
You spend your days taking care of dogs. We spend ours protecting the business you’ve worked so hard to build. Whether you’re looking for dog groomer insurance for your dog training business or doggy daycare, we have the coverage you need with our pet grooming insurance.
Why Is Pet Grooming Insurance Important?
Working with dogs has plenty of perks, but it also comes with potential risks that other business owners don’t have to worry about. As a dog trainer or dog groomer, having the right type of business insurance can make all the difference.
Who Needs Dog Grooming Insurance?
- Doggy daycares
- Dog training businesses
- Dog groomers
- Pet care businesses
- Mobile grooming companies
- Pet grooming business
- Pet kennels
How Much Does Dog Grooming Insurance Cost?
- Grooming tables
- Grooming and training equipment
Covering Your Dog Grooming Operations
“I hired part time holiday help for our busy season. After a couple weeks, I realized our cash drops weren’t matching up to my daily revenue. Turns out my receptionist was pocketing about 20% every day.”
Employee dishonesty coverage helps if an employee steals money, securities or other property owned by your business.
“One of my groomers was bringing a dog out to their owner when another dog was being brought in. The two dogs ended up not getting along and one of them wound up with a nasty bite that needed a vet’s attention.”
Animal bailee coverage helps protect your business when an animal in your care is accidentally injured or lost. It can pay expenses like veterinary bills or reward costs to help you search for and recover a lost or stolen pet.
Protect Your Dog Grooming Team
The people you hire are usually good with animals, but accidents can still happen. That’s why having dog grooming insurance or dog training insurance is so important. We’re here to help you give the best care possible to the animals you love by helping protect the employees you rely on.
“The floor was slippery from a busy Saturday of back-to-back appointments. One of my groomers slid across a puddle, falling right on her back. She had to get X-rays and ended up needing therapy.”
Workers’ compensation insurance gives your employees benefits to help them recover from work-related bodily injuries or illnesses. This insurance can help pay treatment costs and replace some of their lost income.
“We groomed a recently rescued dog who was in very bad shape. He left looking like a new dog, however, a week later he died. We found out when we got the paperwork that we were being sued. The owner believed his death was a result of a bad cut she claimed the dog got while in our care.”
If you’re sued for damages resulting from the professional services you provide, pet groomers’ professional liability helps cover the cost of your defense.
Protect Your Property
We know you’ve worked hard to get your business where it is. But as much as you plan and prepare, disaster can still strike. We’re here to help when it does with pet grooming insurance that protects your property. Made for dog trainers, dog groomers and dog daycare owners, this property insurance will keep you covered.
“The dogs in our daycare love spending time outside. Of course, some like to dig holes and chew things they shouldn’t. We keep a good eye on them to prevent this, but one of our dog’s recently chewed right through our wooden fence and we had to replace part of it.”
Animal damage to buildings coverage helps with repair costs that are needed as a result of issues that animals in your care have caused.
“I never thought hackers went after pet businesses. Turns out I was wrong. Someone got into my computer system and copied my entire customer database. I had to notify everyone that their information was stolen and had to purchase better security measures to make sure it wouldn’t happen again.”