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Baymax is a sweet, good natured but powerful, heavy and fast 11 months old lab slightly fixated with retrieving balls and sticks.

I have been thinking for MONTHS that I needed to buy insurance in case some accident happens because of him and always forgot to act.

A few days ago I was walking in the park along with a young couple of friends with their little dog. She's 5 months pregnant and expecting their first baby girl. Sweet kids.

Baymax was running around with a huge stick (around 100 cm long) balanced in his mouth and got near us, the stick went through my friends legs and she stumbled flat on her pregnant belly. I was really distraught she might have hurt herself and/or the baby. Thankfully Mother Nature helped and all of the commotion resulted only in a couple of bruises and myself offering 1000 "I'm so sorry" and them being good people shrugging it off.

Back home and finally underwrote the bloody insurance online. All good.
 

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In France third party insurance is usually included in our house insurance (if you tell them you have a dog).
 
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