Labrador Cross Pet Insurance

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Playful, energetic and loyal, it is no surprise Labradors are the most popular breed of dog in the UK. However, their excitable nature can sometimes be a little hard to handle, as demonstrated by the book and movie ‘Marley and Me.’

Some breeders decided to deal with this issue by crossing their Labradors with other breeds. One of the most popular Labrador crosses is the Labradoodle – a cross between a Labrador and a Poodle, which was first created in 1988 by Australian breeder Wally Conron. Since then, several other cross breeds have been added to the long list of Labrador crosses, including the Labradinger – Labrador / Springer Spaniel cross; the Borador – a Labrador / Border Collie cross and the Spanador – Labrador / Cocker Spaniel cross.

As these are all cross breeds, their exact look and temperament are impossible to predict and depend on which parent breed they take after more. It is important to remember that if a breeder tells you they can guarantee the dog will have more similar traits to one of the breeds over the other, they are not being truthful and can consequently cause a difficult situation later on for both you and your new pup.

Generally speaking, cross breeds tend to be cheaper to insure, as they typically suffer from less genetic disorders than a pedigree dog. That said, it is still important to have good insurance for your pet, as no animal is excluded from illness or injury, and of course insurance offers third party liability insurance, which can end up saving you vast amounts of money.

By joining this group, you club together with other owners of Labrador crosses to get a better deal on insurance for your dog. So, whether you own a Labradoodle, Springador, Borador, Spanador, Dachsador, Labmaraner or any other brilliantly named Labrador cross, click the ‘join the group’ button and get your quote.

Ronny Lavie By Ronny Lavie

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