Cockapoo Insurance

Join other UK Cockapoo owners to demand a fairer deal from pet insurance companies

About this group

About Cockapoos

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. And with One Direction’s Harry Styles recently posting a picture of Cockapoo Colin in support of the breed, it seems unlikely that their appeal will wane any time soon!

Why buy pet insurance for your Cockapoo?

Although Cockapoos sometimes develop problems with their knees, eyes, and ears, as a cross-breed they typically experience fewer health issues than pure breed dogs. That means they also spend relatively little time at the vet – and that makes them attractive to pet insurance companies.

Why join the Cockapoo Insurance group?

By joining this group, you can club together with other Cockapoo owners to demand a better deal on pet insurance for your Cockapoo. We've already used the combined buying power of UK Cockapoo owners to negotiate dog insurance at cheaper prices. There is currently an offer available with MORE TH>N, so please join the group to learn more, and to benefit from a 20% discount on pet insurance.

And, if you know other Cockapoo owners, why not invite them to join too?

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

FAQs

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.

Community questions and answers

Problems with Discount.

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  • avatar for JulieJulie 7 months ago

    I have a quote from More Than for £35.66 a month for the best cover (£12k vets fees) and expected to get a 20% discount by going via Bought By Many but I'm getting a quote at £34.07. Do I need a promotional code? Thank you.

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 7 months ago

    Hi there Julie, thanks for getting in touch. The discount is automatically included when you go via our group. Our discount is 10%, the 20% is made up of the online discount and the bought by many discount, so the price is 20% cheaper than a phone quote if that makes sense? Kind regards heidi

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  • avatar for JulieJulie 7 months ago

    I have a quote from More Than for £35.66 a month for the best cover (£12k vets fees) and expected to get a 20% discount by going via Bought By Many but I'm getting a quote at £34.07. Do I need a promotional code? Thank you.

life time policy

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  • avatar for SharonSharon 12 months ago

    Do your policy offer life time policy? If so is there a limit on it?

quote page is blank!

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  • avatar for RuthRuth 1 year, 5 months ago

    Hi, I'm trying to get a quote for my two cockapoos, but the quote page is completely blank. I'm assuming a technical error on their end, as I've not had issues with any other pages. I need to get my insurance sorted tomorrow!

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 5 months ago

    Hi there Ruth, what device are you using to get a quote? It appears to be working for me so not sure if it is something your end! Thanks Heidi

Do I need a code to apply

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  • avatar for LisaLisa 2 years ago

    I've just joined the group and applied for a quote from More Than, the price they are quoting is the same as I was quoted without being a member. What am I doing wrong? I'm being quoted £28 for the lifetime cover for my 10 week old pup which seems higher than others have been quoted Thanks in advance

  • avatar for MariaMaria (Bought By Many staff) 2 years ago

    Hi Lisa, thanks a lot for the feedback. This is a technical issue, apologies for the inconvenience. I'm looking into it and I'll send you an email as soon as it's sorted. Please let me know if you need a quote urgently. Kind Regards, Maria

  • avatar for MariaMaria (Bought By Many staff) 2 years ago

    Hi Lisa, I wanted to let you know that the issue was resolved on Thursday night last week. I'm going back to all the customers who got the issue to clarify. Now, if you try and get a quote on More Th>n through Bought By Many, the discount will be automatically applied. If you purchased the policy before Thursday, More Th>n will get in touch with you to apologise and manually apply the discount by adjusting your subsequent payments. I hope this helps, but please let me know if you have additional questions. Kind Regards, Maria

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How much is pet insurance for a Cockapoo?

Based on insuring a 3-year old Cockapoo, for 12 months, in an MK postcode. Minimum criteria: £3,000 vet fees cover. Data as at 11 September 2014.

MORE TH>NBasic£11.91 per month3/5 Defaqto rating
John Lewis InsuranceEssential£16.88 per month4/5 Defaqto ratingQuote
PetplanEssential£16.21 per month3/5 Defaqto ratingQuote

Defaqto has a star ratings system for pet and other types of insurance. "A basic product, with a low level of features and benefits" scores 1 star, while "An excellent product with a comprehensive range of features and benefits" scores 5 stars. Find out more.

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