First, do you have a commercial umbrella policy? (Gosh, I think I sound like Joe Gore!) Second, are you holding the property in your name? You can require the owner to get liability insurance. However, I would take some asset protection steps to protect myself on the front end. If I still had concerns, I’d ask for a release to speak with the owner’s veterinarian and any facility where the dog is regularly boarded.
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“BOYS OF THE FORT” is a complete story in itself, but forms the fifth volume of a line of works issued under the general title of .”Flag of Freedom Series.” In penning this tale I had it in mind to acquaint my young readers with the ins and outs of military life at one of our Western forts of to day, showing what both officers and privates are called upon to do, and what troubles the Indians and the bad men of that locality are still in the habit of making. The field is one about which little has been written, although abounding in interest, and one which is worthy the attention of all who have the proper development of our country at heart. Barlow’s Great American Circus in its triumphal progress from State to State was close at hand, and immense yellow posters announcing its arrival were liberally displayed on fences and barns, while smaller bills were put up in the post office, the hotel, and the principal stores, and distributed from house to house.