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Originally Posted by Sonoran Silkies View Post

The concern with asking about animals is liability in case the animals in some way cause harm to another in which they would have to pay a claim.  That said, I have never had insurance personnel ask anything about animals whatsoever.

That's lucky!

My close friend in Hot Springs, AR was given a list of dog breeds that would make her homeowner's insurance go up. A German Shepherd or Rottweiler would be more expensive than a Border Collie or a Lab.

I'll be shopping for homeowner's insurance soon, when we get our fixer-upper fixed up. Hopefully, animals won't be asked about in the boonies of south-central AR!

Got married, moved, and now starting over in the boonies of South/Central Arkansas with only three guinea pigs and no chickens. Parents still have the farm in Texas (Gibson Acres Farm). 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/gibson-acres-farm-swap-page

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Got married, moved, and now starting over in the boonies of South/Central Arkansas with only three guinea pigs and no chickens. Parents still have the farm in Texas (Gibson Acres Farm). 

http://www.backyardchickens.com/a/gibson-acres-farm-swap-page

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