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Will homeowners cover medical for a pet that is hit on the property?

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2015-06-05 17:57:17
2015-06-05 17:57:17

No,, you would need pet insurance to cover the damage or loss.

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2004-07-20 08:33:21
2004-07-20 08:33:21

Pets are not covered under a homeowner's policy. There are however companies, Such as Met Life that offer Pet insurance. You may want to look into that.

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