Most Expensive Dog Breeds to Insure

Frequent health issues like allergies, hip dysplasia and respiratory problems make Bulldogs costly to insure.

English Bulldog

Many cancer-related health conditions and a short life span contribute to a high premium for this breed.

Bernese Mountain Dog

High injury risks and liability coverage from bite or attack incidents drive up insurance costs for Rottweilers.  


With high healthcare expenses and increased likelihood of bites or attacks, German Shepherds are pricey to insure.

German Shepherd

Cancer and joint diseases are prevalent requiring significant veterinary fees to treat through insurance.

Golden Retriever   

Rapid growth and high odds of bloat, joint disease and cardiac disorders make insuring Great Danes expensive.

Great Danes

Breathing difficulties, knee issues, dental disease and obesity contribute to high healthcare costs for insured Pugs.


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