About this group
About Springer Spaniels
There are two kinds of Springer Spaniel – the working kind and the show kind. Both are very intelligent and affectionate, but some differences do exist.
The show line Springer is bred for its appearance and has a longer, thicker coat than the working line Springer. This clever, skilful breed can fit into many roles, including during hunting and as sniffer dogs. They are easy to train and very eager to please. They are also a very social breed and get on well with both children and other pets. They do need regular physical and mental exercise though, or they can become destructive.
Why buy insurance cover for your Springer Spaniel?
While they are considered a generally healthy breed of dog, some genetic disorders can occur, including hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, retinal dysplasia, ear infections and allergies. If your Springer Spaniel is affected by conditions like these, pet insurance can help with the costs of vet bills.
Why join the Springer Spaniel Insurance group?
Join this group to use the collective buying power you share with other Springer Spaniel owners to get a great deal on pet insurance for your loyal, trusty friend.
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Community questions and answers
How much is long term pet insurance for a Springer Spaniel?
Based on insuring a 3-year old Springer Spaniel, in an MK postcode. Vet's fees are covered up to £4,000 for Petplan, £7,500 for John Lewis, £12,000 for MORE TH>N. Data as at 11 September 2014.
|John Lewis||Plus||£24.83 per month||5/5 Defaqto rating||Quote|
|MORE TH>N||Premier||£30.38 per month||5/5 Defaqto rating||Quote|
|Petplan||Classic||£26.89 per month||5/5 Defaqto rating||Quote|
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