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Posted by mchambers on September 13, 2002 at 11:16:52:
In Reply to: Apparently you didn\'t read my thread clearly..... posted by tj on September 12, 2002 at 12:33:45:
just coming back from a specie count of west Texas and catching up with the forums.....some time ago i posted on the very surprised encounter that i had with several home owner policy insurance companies that had a provision of non-coverage that listed dart/poison arrow frogs keeping as a non-insured situation. I went farther to try to find out how this non-insurable fact was even listed as such or why and it was explained to me as ": THAT IS THE POLICY WRITING " . No buts or ands or nothing ! My OWN insurance company had this handed down to them. I guess we are in fact in a no-win situation. P.S. I don't keep dart frogs at this time but have in the past.
M ( Chambo ) Chambers
:by NOT having insurance, or by NOT having affordable insurance, THEN, WE cannot keep our reptiles. Which is exactly what THEY want. So I don't understand what you think I have to consider. I was simply stating that they don't want us to keep reptiles, period, the insurance may very well be a catch 22 when the time comes for it. The mastiff thing was an example, nothing more.
::then you have to consider the fact that lately homeowner's insurance is refusing to give people coverage due to having reptiles.. so not only is it an expensive policy to have, but you have to find someone willing to provide it! oh and 250lb bull mastiff??? uh.. you sure its a bull mastiff? We have some, they (generally) don't get over 175 :) The English & French mastiffs are the bigger ones..
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