Public liability is a vital piece of insurance cover and is something that any dog owner should look for when purchasing a pet insurance policy. The policy benefits are often overlooked and forgotten next to the importance of a cheaper price, but many customers could be missing out.
Should an incident involving your dog result in damage to a third party or their property, then this policy benefit can cover the legal costs and expenses of defending a claim made against you; it can also cover the claimant’s compensation, costs and expenses.
Public liability cover can help to protect you from unexpected accidents that sometimes just happen at the worst of times.
Do you remember the first time you saw a frog? Did you watch frogspawn transform into tadpoles in your classroom? Have you ever been lucky enough to spot a Grass Snake in the undergrowth?
Not only are frogs, toads, newts, snakes and lizards part of our natural heritage – featuring in our fairy stories and myths – they are also important pieces in the jigsaw puzzle of biodiversity. Looking an adder in the eye or discovering a sleepy toad beneath a log are moments that can inspire a lifelong passion for wildlife, and an understanding of the value that the animals bring.
Froglife is a conservation charity committed to protecting wild amphibians and reptiles, and making sure that these beautiful, secretive and often misunderstood animals will flourish long into the future.
We take a three pronged approach to conserving amphibians, reptiles and their habitats. We work on the ground, involving volunteers in creating new ponds and wildlife-friendly areas as well as restoring spaces that have been forgotten about or neglected. We also work with a broad range of people through our learning projects, introducing new audiences to the benefits of being outdoors and helping wildlife. And we take a proactive approach to communicating our messages far and wide through our website, social media, events and contact with the press. Continue reading “A Charity with A Wild Side (by Sam Taylor from Froglife)” »
Mane Chance Sanctuary was set up in extreme circumstances. You all know how much trouble the global economy is in, there are so many stories of sanctuaries struggling with funding it is a tragedy on an ever increasing scale. With families losing their homes and people struggling to pay bills, it has never been more difficult. Into this set of circumstances came a small sanctuary that ran out of funds and had to close.
From this Mane Chance Sanctuary was created, their attitude is if the horse is in reasonable health and has good quality of life, then let it see out its days in comfort. Their aim is not only to provide sanctuary for animals and aid rescues, but also to work closely with hospices and other organisations that provide help and joy to children and vulnerable adults with special needs. They currently already work with the children’s hospice The Shooting Star Chase. Some of the animals already based at the charity are very gentle. They provide amazing therapy; healing and empowering those with special needs. Continue reading “Animal Friends Insurance Helps Mane Chance Sanctuary” »