Yes, the dog's civil liability insurance covers any damage that the animal may cause to third-party property.
Why do I need
pet insurance coverage
The new law came into force on 29/09
Enjoy life with your pet and enjoy peace of mind
If there is an accident, you have legal defence
In what situations are you covered with dog insurance:
✓ Your dog escapes, runs into a cyclist and causes an accident
✓ Your pet jumps into the neighbour's garden and ruins a bonsai collection
✓ A child approaches your dog, making it feel threatened and causing it to harm the child
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Your pet's paws are in good hands
Frequently asked questions about your dog insurance
Effective 29 September 2023, the law safeguarding animal rights and welfare was enacted, mandating that all dog owners, irrespective of breed or size, must acquire civil liability insurance. While civil liability insurance is not yet mandatory for dog owners, it will be required once the regulatory development of Law 7/2023 is finalised. However, local regulations or specific dog activities may impose stricter requirements.
According to the law (article 2.2 of Law 50/1999), the breeds considered by definition as potentially dangerous are: Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Rottweiler, Dogo Argentino, Fila Brasileiro, Tosa Inu, Akita Inu.