About this group
Bright and agile, Cockapoos are the longest-established designer cross-breed, having originated in America in the 1950s.
Combining the affectionate and sociable temperament of the Cocker Spaniel with the hypoallergenic qualities of the Poodle, and with a love of exercise and human interaction, they make ideal pets.
We’ve designed three unique pet insurance products to give Cockapoo owners the cover they’ve been waiting for.
Our Fixed For Life policy will never increase in price, even if you claim.
Other insurers increase their premiums as your Cockerpoo gets older but with Fixed For Life the price you pay for a dog aged one will remain the same when it is 10, 20 or even 30.
It’s open to dogs and cats aged under two years old and includes £7,000 of vet fee cover per condition and up to £20,000 total claims in the pet's life.
Our MoneyBack policy has £7,000 of vet fee cover a year and gives something back to customers who haven't needed to claim in a policy year.
The cover offers peace of mind that you can claim if your pet needs treatment but also gives you 20% of your annual premium back if your Cockapoo stays healthy and you don't claim. You don’t have to do anything; we’ll automatically pay you or refund your credit card.
Our final revolutionary policy allows people to receive cover for medical conditions their pet has suffered from.
Many owners find themselves tied to a pet insurer because switching would mean a medical issue would no longer be covered, or they’ve struggled to find cover in the first place.
Our Pre-Existing cover includes insurance for medical conditions a Cockapoo has suffered from and the vet fee limit for those issues increases in the first two years if you do not claim for them.
We cover past conditions as long as your pet has not received treatment or advice for them in the three months before the start of the policy.
You’ll also receive up to £7,000 of vet fee cover for new issues.
Join this group to get a quote for any of our policies or our more traditional comprehensive cover.
We also have three policies called Value, Regular and Complete that have vet fee limits of £3,000, £7,000 and £15,000. Our Complete policy is the most comprehensive pet insurance on the market and includes dental cover as standard.
Our policies have a 15% multi-pet discount for pets on the same policy and many have no limit on the age of the pet. We aim to cover more breeds than other companies.
There are affordable extras such as travel, loss and theft cover that can be added to many of our policies.
Check out our clear and simple key facts and policy wording documents to find out what our insurance does and doesn't cover. We're the first insurance company to receive Fairer Finance's Clear & Simple Mark, which means all customers will find them easy to understand.
An innovative claims process - we've launched Snap Claims, which allows you to make online claims with no forms and no hassle.
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Top questions answered by us
I have a Poodle cross, but it’s not a Cockapoo, can I join this group?
Unfortunately not. We believe every type of dog is unique, and so requires its own dedicated group. However, you can send us your dog’s breed as a suggestion for a brand new group!
What Cockapoo health problems are particularly common?
Both Cocker Spaniels and Poodles can suffer from luxating patellas (a problem with the knee joint) and eye disorders (including progressive retinal atrophy or PRA). Additionally, as Cockapoos have floppy ears, they are susceptible to ear infections, so their ears should be kept clean and dry at all times. The Cockapoo Club and the online Cockapoo forum I Love My Cockapoo are good places to find out more.
What is an F1B Cockapoo?
Right, pay attention people – this is a little complicated: An F1 Cockapoo is one bred from a pure breed Cocker Spaniel and a pure breed Poodle. An F1b is the offspring of a Cockapoo and either a pure breed Cocker Spaniel or a pure breed Poodle – to create a 75% / 25% balance. Finally, an F2 Cockapoo is one born to two Cockapoo parents – so, a second generation Cockapoo.