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The Cocker Spaniel’s kind, happy nature makes them easy to train and they thrive on human companionship. When you’re out and about, one sniff of a rabbit and they’re gone, only to appear ten minutes later wagging their tail, covered in brambles and a good coating of mud. Energetic dogs like Cocker Spaniels can get themselves into all sorts of trouble – but they’re great fun.
You can insure your cocker spaniel from £9.65 a month for lifetime cover, based on Compare the Market data in August 2018. Lifetime cover typically offers the highest level of cover for your dog and tends to be the most expensive type of pet insurance.
Yes, Cocker Spaniels are prone to some hereditary diseases such as:
Having pet insurance means you won't have to worry about the cost if you need to take a trip to the vet
There are four main types of pet insurance for dogs:
Third party pet insurance, also known as third party public liability insurance, can cover you in case your dog injures another pet or a person, or if it damages property. After all, even if your dog is quite obedient, they can all get into a scrape or two.
Hopefully, this will never happen, but if it does, some pet insurance policies will try to help by offering a reward for finding your dog – or compensation if he or she isn’t found.
We’ll search a selection of the UK’s pet insurance providers to help you find the right quote for you. Just tell us a bit about you and your Cocker Spaniel, then start comparing.