Posts Tagged ‘pets insurance’
According to El Diario de Terragona, a pet owner 1500 euros per year spent in caring for your pet.
According to a study presented at the fair Propet, each family has an average annual expenditure of around the 1,500 euros. A low amount compared with other European countries where there is greater awareness in this area.
Food costs take the largest portion of this amount, although it is a very difficult parameter to estimate because “it is difficult to know if the food is home or purchase, Read the rest of this entry »
In Spain, Santa Lucia insurance company offers this type of policies for pets. These insurances are covered under the category “Leisure”, under the slogan: “For other family members.”
Combined Insurance pets are directed to the dogs and cats that we have as a pet (but not other species, they are out fish, parrots, etc …), and include a wide spectrum: Liability. Compensation as a result of damage caused by the animal.
Deposits and legal assistance in cases of complaints by reason of claims covered by insurance. Accidents. Veterinary care costs, slaughter and disposal of remains, with death benefits. Read the rest of this entry »
Pet Insurance is offered by AXA Dog Liability Company, a product suitable for any pet owner who wants to enjoy your pet with confidence.
This type of insurance Animals arises from the social alarm caused by the large number of dog attacks in recent years in Spain, which has led to the establishment of several standards promulgated by the Autonomous Communities, as well as character Nacional, which requires a subscription to the owners of potentially dangerous dogs Liability insurance.
The company AXA Seguros e Inversiones, attentive to the needs of consumers, has chosen to give all owners of Pets, a policy that covers the risk of civil liability for pet dogs that are not considered as potentially hazardous to a minimum capital secured 150,000.00 per claim to cover property damage, injuries and consecutive losses with a total premium € 35.21 per year. Read the rest of this entry »