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Third party liability for pet insurance refers to pet liability insurance, which is completely different than traditional pet health insurance. Pet liability insurance covers claims for dog bites and other injuries related to your pet attacking or hurting another person or animal. It will pay legal fees and medical bills. Pet health insurance on the other hand pays for medical bills if your dog or cat gets sick or injured.

It's important to understand that these products are completely different and sold by different companies.

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