This insurance product has been designed by the Kennel Club and specialist insurer Hiscox specifically to meet the requirements of canine clubs and societies, dog training or dog handler training instructors and organisers of Companion Dog Shows.
We have therefore created a quick and simple method to provide this important cover for you.
Hiscox is one of the few insurers in the UK to have achieved Chartered Insurer status from the Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) – the gold standard of excellence, professionalism and integrity in insurance. The award reflects the commitment to delivering the highest quality service.
As one of the UK's leading specialist insurers, you can rely on Hiscox to provide you with some of the broadest levels of cover available, so the policy will cover the risks that you are most likely to face. All communications, including the policy wordings, are written in plain English with no jargon to ensure that you know exactly what is and, as importantly, what is not covered.
Professionalism and experience are key and in the unfortunate event you should have to make a claim our dedicated, award-winning claims team* will deal with your case and ensure it is handled quickly, efficiently and fairly.
*Outstanding Insurer Claims Team of the year - Insurance Times Claims Excellence Awards 2013
Personal Lines Claims Team of the Year - 2013 Post Magazine Claims Awards,
Customer Care Award - British Insurance Awards 2012.
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Why choose Kennel Club insurance?
Here are just 3 of the many reasons for choosing Kennel Club insurance
Kennel Club Insurance is 100% underwritten by specialist insurer Hiscox, a FTSE 250 company, with over 100 years of experience of insuring clients.
We don’t behave like a typical insurance company and we remain committed to providing an extraordinary quality of service.
Claims service is at the heart of our business and our philosophy is that superior claims handling should be based on fairness and common sense