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Insurance for the Association of Pet Dog Trainers

Marsh can arrange bespoke insurance solutions for all members of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers Australia.

Insurance arranged specifically for Ten Pin Bowling Australia 


We understand the thrill that comes with the game. Having the right insurance cover in place means you can focus on hitting the perfect strike and help you have peace of mind that you’re covered if an accident happens.


Who’s covered?

Our national program specifically tailored to Ten Pen Bowling Australia members is designed to cover players, umpires and volunteers covered in the event of a claim for all common risks.

What are you covered for?

  • Personal Injury  

  • Public Liability 

  • General & Products Liability 

  • Professional Indemnity  

  • Sports Travel Accident & Business Travel 

Need to make a claim?

Members should immediately notify Ten Pin Bowling Australia and your Marsh representative.  


Download our claims information guide or navigate to our FAQs for more about submitting a claim

Are you an owner of a Ten Pin Bowling centre?

Marsh can help arrange insurance suitable to your needs.


All claims must be notified to Ten Pin Bowling Australia and your insurer Sportscover within 120 days of the accident, injury or damage occurring. Contact Ten Pin Bowling Australia and Marsh to record the intention to claim and received the appropriate claim documents to submit your claim.

Kris McCahon

Rhian Greaves

Claims made against you by members of the general public for personal injury or damage to their property that arise from the conduct of your business, are regarded by insurance companies as extremely serious. 

If this occurs, it is essential that under no circumstances should any admission of liability or offer to pay, be given to the person concerned. 

To ensure that your interests are fully protected, contact Ten Pin Bowling Australia and Marsh to record the intention to claim and received the appropriate claim documents to submit your claim.

Kris McCahon

Rhian Greaves

All claims must be notified to Ten Pin Bowling Australia and your insurer Arch Insurance within 90 days of the incident occurring. 

Contact Ten Pin Bowling Australia and Marsh to record the intention to claim and received the appropriate claim documents to submit your claim.

Kris McCahon   

Rhian Greaves

What insurance should I consider as a pet dog trainer?

Dogs are man’s best friends – but they’re also unpredictable. And one mishap may be enough to upend your dog training business. 

Public liability cover is key to help protect you against third-party injury claims – such as when a dog in your care bites another dog or person.

Professional indemnity, meanwhile, can provide financial protection against claims of incorrect advice or breach of duty.

Speak to a Marsh advisor to find out more.

What's covered?

  • Choose from $10 million or $20 million public liability cover

    The limit of liability is the maximum amount that can be provided under the insurance policy. Conditions and exclusions apply.
  • Up to $10 million professional indemnity cover 

    The limit of liability is the maximum amount that can be provided under the insurance policy. Conditions and exclusions apply.

  • Key inclusions: product liability, advertising liability, loss of keys cover

    Conditions and limits may apply.
  • Australia-wide coverage

Additional cover we can arrange

Product and services

Business insurance 

Need a range of covers to suit your business needs? Explore Marsh’s business bundles for glass, theft, contents cover and more.

Learn more

Product and services

Personal accident cover

With personal accident cover you can be sure your medical expenses are covered in the event of an on-the-job injury.


Product and services

Workplace personal injury

On-the-job injuries can hurt – and not just the injured worker. Help protect yourself against costly claims with cover arranged by Marsh.


Why Marsh?

Why should you choose Marsh to arrange your insurance solutions?

Trusted by 130 associations

We are proud to be the endorsed insurance broker for more than 130 Australian industry groups and member associations, developing insurance solutions that help meet the risk and insurance needs of businesses across a variety of industries.

Local expertise

Our Australia-wide network of brokers have spent years at the coalface supporting business owners manage their unique risks in a fast-changing market. They keep ahead of the latest market insights both local and global and break down the jargon into your language.

Claims support

Handling an insurance claim can quickly become overwhelming, not least when your time is stretched to the limit keeping your business going in the backdrop. We help take the load off and manage, negotiate and settle claims with insurers on your behalf.

Your preferred partner

Marsh is proud to be the endorsed insurance broker for the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. Our ongoing relationship and 10 years of industry knowledge mean we understand the unique requirements of APDT members – and can provide bespoke insurance solutions that meets your needs.

Tailored for APDT members

We arrange public liability and professional indemnity insurance that's been developed with the specific risk needs of APDT members in mind. So whether you run a puppy school, canine club or solo dog training business – we’ve got you covered.

Competitively priced

Our team of insurance brokers have more than 10 years of specialty experience in the professional dog training sector. Combining that deep industry knowledge with our extensive insurance network, we can negotiate competitive premiums for you. Every time.

Why use a broker?

Choosing business insurance means navigating through products, coverages and policy terminology – with a sales pitch as your only guide. At Marsh, our brokers will spot your unique set of risks, match you to the right choice, and advocate for you on price.

Frequently asked questions

Veterinary fees are an optional extension under some pet dog trainer policies. Talk to one of our team members for more information.

When Marsh arranges a policy for you through this program, the Association of Pet Dog Trainers receives a financial benefit – enabling them to continue providing their services to the industry.

If you perform additional activities during the policy period, you’ll need to tell us so we can include these under your policy. We may need to adjust your premium depending on the type of activities you provide.

Through our experience and industry network, we have arranged competitively priced insurance solutions designed for Association of Pet Dog Trainers members. But ultimately, the cost of your insurance will depend on several factors – including your business size, revenue, and services provided.

You can request a callback to speak to a Marsh advisor for a clearer picture.  

You as the dog trainer are protected by this insurance cover. We can also arrange coverage for your employees, volunteers or club members (if applicable).

Independent contractors and sub-contractors, however, will need their own insurance.

This insurance cover can protect you wherever you carry out your business and associated activities – including at expos and demonstrations.

Related insurance solutions

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Pet industry insurance

Working with animals is a rewarding career path – with certain risks attached. Work well and worry less with cover arranged by Marsh.

Professional services cover

You’re an expert in your field. We’re experts in ours. Let Marsh arrange professional services cover tailored to you. 

Personal trainer insurance

Want fitness insurance that doesn't weigh you down? Let Marsh arrange your cover – and get your certificate of currency in minutes.

Please note that the APDT receives a financial remuneration when a policy is arranged under this insurance scheme, proudly enabling APDT to continue to develop and provide further services for its members.

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