French Bulldog Insurance

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

About this group

Independent-minded and fond of clowning around, Frenchies are a fashionable choice of dog for celebrities and everyday pet owners alike.

Why buy pet insurance for your French Bulldog?

There are a couple reasons why pet insurance for French Bulldogs can be expensive. First, Frenchies are prone to health problems (including breathing difficulties suffered by short-muzzled dogs), which may require costly vet treatment.

And although they usually have very gentle and affectionate temperaments, French Bulldogs are easily over-excited. This can lead to accidents that result in trips to the vet or potential legal claims.

Why join the French Bulldog insurance group?

We believe all breeds deserve fairer pet insurance, particularly dogs such as French Bulldogs that are more expensive to cover.

So we’ve negotiated a 20% discount with MORE TH>N for members for this group. You can join for free to find out more and use the combined buying power of other French Bulldog owners to unlock your fairer deal.

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Find out more about insurance with our guide to the best pet insurance for dogs.

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Top questions answered by us

  • Why French Bulldog Insurance?

    Data released by The Kennel Club recently on the UK's Top Dog Breeds confirmed what anyone who has been for a weekend walk on London Fields this year already knows - Frenchies are bang on-trend. But while everyone seems to know what great dogs French Bulldogs are, not everyone is aware that insuring them can be expensive. We wanted to raise awareness of this, and help French Bulldog owners use their collective buying power to get a better deal on French Bulldog pet insurance.

  • What are the most common French Bulldog health problems?

    French Bulldogs are short-muzzled (or, in technical language, brachycephalic) dogs, and as a result they are prone to various breathing difficulties, including stenotic nares (narrow nostrils). These can, in turn, lead to complications such as heat exhaustion or fainting during exercise. The painful Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) is also relatively common in French Bulldogs. The French Bulldog Club of England is a good source of more detailed information.

Community questions and answers

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  • avatar for KatieKatie 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    Is there a policy that covers up to what you have paid - lots say they do but then have a maximum benefit disclaimer which is a lot less than purchase price

Renewing my policy for my Frenchie

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  • avatar for MarianoMariano 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hello there, I have to renew my policy for my 6 yo frenchie, my current insurer HelpUCover by Pinnacle has raised the monthly payments by 140% (and without much warning)! Wondering if you might have suggestions for mature dog friendly insurance companies? Many thanks, Mariano

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi there Mariano, have you tried getting a quote through our group above? We have negotiated a 20% discount for our members with More Than! Hope it helps. Kind regards, Heidi

  • avatar for BeckiBecki 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi I've put my information in but you are wanting to charge me £48 a month for your best cover yet others are getting quoted £16.77 a month what's all that about ?

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 2 months ago

    Hi Becki, thanks for getting in touch. Unfortunately Frenchies are one of the most expensive breeds to insure and many things can impact the cost, it is likely the people getting quoted £16.77 are opting for a lower level of cover, and they may have a more favourable postcode in terms of insurance costs, for example people living in the South East tend to have to pay more as the veterinary fees are higher in this area. I am really sorry the quote was disappointing. Kind regards, Heidi

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  • avatar for JacquelineJacqueline 1 year, 3 months ago

    When I press the 'quote' button, it goes to 'about-blank' page! How do I get an insurance quote for my dog?

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 3 months ago

    Hi there Jacqueline, thanks for getting in touch. I am really sorry you are having problems with the site. To help me try and resolve the matter, could you confirm what device you are using to access the site, and also confirm you are still having this problem? Kind regards, Heidi

  • avatar for SamSam (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 3 months ago

    Hi Jacqueline, I have just emailed you an alternative quote link to try. Best wishes, Sam

  • avatar for RichardRichard 1 year, 5 months ago

    HI Over on the French Bulldogs Uk page on Facebook people have been discussing insurance companies and a lot have gone through you. They all say they get £12,000 of cover per year for their French Bulldogs for £28 per month yet when I just did a quote it came back at £44.35 per month for our new puppy, why so different??

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

    Hi Richard, it is difficult to say without knowing the exact circumstances. It could be that you paid more than others for your pup, and you may live in a high priced location for pet insurance (it does differ across postcodes) If you would like me to investigate a bit more, you can drop an email with all the details you put into the site to and we will see if we can get to the bottom of this for you! Kind regards, Heidi

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  • avatar for ScottScott 1 year, 5 months ago

    hi there, when we checked the more than website price directly, its shows as only 10% more than whats offered by clicking through bought by many, so only a 10% discount rather than 20% (we checked directly on a different device so no issues with cookies). can you help?

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

    Hi Scott, thanks for your message. Our 20% discount includes the 10% online More Than discount. Essentially our discount is 20% less than if you were to approach More Than directly over the phone. It is 10% cheaper than approaching More Than directly online! I hope that clears things up for you. Kind regards, Heidi

  • avatar for SarahSarah 1 year, 7 months ago

    when I click through its for three frenchies but it says I have a 19% discount - and there's no mention in the promo code section...?

  • avatar for HeidiHeidi (Bought By Many staff) 1 year, 7 months ago

    Hi there Sarah Thanks for getting in touch. The additional discount is automatically included when you go via our website. More Than does not show the Bought By Many discount on their website unfortunately. But it will have been included, if you want to check, you can go to More Than directly to obtain a quote (please delete your cookies before and after as the website will remember you and not show the correct price) and this will show you the difference in prices! I hope that helps and I am very sorry for the confusion. Kind regards Heidi

  • avatar for TimTim 2 years ago

    WHen I click on the " Get Quote" option it says page cannot be found. I have tried in 3 different browsers now and none of them work.

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

    Hi Tim, thanks for letting us know. I have just got in touch with More Th>n to let them know. I hope the technical issue is sorted shortly, I'll keep you updated. Cheers, Maria

  • avatar for TimTim 2 years ago

    Thanks Maria I have 6 dogs to cover and it's costing me a fortune so I want to see what they can do for me :)

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

    Hi Tim, the problem should be resolved now, but please let me know if you encounter any other problem. Kind Regards, Maria

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  • avatar for CharleneCharlene 3 years, 11 months ago

    just had my last jabs...whats next? WALKIES!!!!!!!!!!

  • avatar for LorraineLorraine 3 years, 10 months ago

    my wee Klaude just had his first jag yesterday cant wait to get him out and about...........

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How much is pet insurance for a French Bulldog?

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

MORE TH>NBasic£13.13 per month3/5 Defaqto rating
John Lewis InsuranceEssential£18.37 per month4/5 Defaqto ratingQuote
PetplanEssential£32.34 per month3/5 Defaqto ratingQuote

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