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3 Real PCI Pet Sitter Claims

As pet sitters, having a current insurance policy helps acquire new clients, helps with pet medical bills for which you become responsible, and it helps protect your business. However, it’sRead More »
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Pet Sitting Safety for the 4th of July

Professional pet sitters are expected to know all about the most up-to-date safekeeping methods and techniques for their client’s and their pets. Pet sitting insurance is a pragmatic way toRead More »
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Dog Flu H3N2: What Pet Care Providers Should Know

On May 30, the Florida Department of Agriculture along with the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine confirmed the first seven cases of the H2N3 dog flu in Florida.Read More »
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5 Ways Pet Sitting Business Insurance Benefits You

As the owner of a business, there needs to be a reason for every expense that you incur and buying pet sitting business insurance is no different. There are manyRead More »
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Common Pet Care Insurance Claims

As a pet care provider, you’re probably wondering what could go so wrong that you would need insurance to protect you and your business. At Pet Care Insurance, we’ve putRead More »
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Do Pet Sitters Need Insurance

As a professional pet sitter, you know there is a lot that goes into making your business successful. You understand how to meet clients’ needs, pets’ needs, and the needsRead More »
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Comparing Employee Dishonesty Coverage & Bonding

PCI’s employee dishonesty coverage is similar to a bond, but there may be some key differences to consider.

Employee dishonesty coverage:

  • Can be purchased in the same transaction
  • Doesn’t run credit checks
  • Provides $10,000 per occurrence and $25,000 aggregate coverage

Bonds may differ from our dishonesty coverage by:

  • Checking your credit during the application process
  • Having a “Conviction Claus;” Often bonds won’t pay on claims unless there is a conviction
  • Many require you to reimbursement the bonding company after a claim is paid