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Full of fun, energy and pure joy, Boxers make affectionate, lively, family pets according to the Kennel Club. This isn't a dog for the faint hearted though – these happy-go-lucky characters have the longest length of 'puppyhood' of all dogs, lasting around three years. But Boxers are loving to their families and will reward you with many years of companionship and loyalty.
Although Boxers look tough, they’re actually quite sensitive to a few conditions, some of which are hereditary. They include:
Hopefully, your Boxer will have a long and healthy life. And if you protect yourself with good Boxer pet insurance you can feel confident that if your dog does get ill, you can give it the best treatment possible.
There are four main types of pet insurance for dogs:
Of all the different types of pet insurance, accident only cover is usually the cheapest option - 50% of people could achieve a quote of £45 per year for their accident only dog insurance based on Compare the Market data in February 2019.
All sorts of dogs can get into scraps, including boxers, and the breed is known to have a powerful bite. If your dog bites or injures another pet or a person, or if it damages property, third party pet insurance can give you cover if a claim is made against you. When you're looking at policies, you may also see it called third party public liability insurance.
The worry about losing a dog or having it stolen can be upsetting, but some pet insurance providers aim to make it easier for you. They will help you by offering a reward for finding your dog of paying towards the cost of posters or advertising to help you get your dog back. If all fail, they will pay compensation if he or she isn’t found.
We can tailor your pet insurance quote to your needs – just tell us about you and your Boxer, and what type of cover you’d like. We’ll then search a selection of the UK’s pet insurance providers and give you a list of quotes in price order, with the cheapest pet insurance quotes first.