What's the difference between renters insurance and pet insurance?
"My landlord wants me to get renters insurance to cover my dog, even though I already have pet insurance. What's the difference between these two types of insurance?
“When it comes to pets, renters insurance will cover you for any damage or injuries that your pet may cause to someone else or their property. Many landlords will request that you carry renters insurance to make sure you have proper coverage in case your pet damages property or hurts someone.
Pet insurance, on the other hand, only helps cover the cost of vet bills if your pet becomes injured or ill. “
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