Pomeranian Pet Insurance
Find out everything you need to know about insuring your Pomeranian.
Pomeranian’s are lively, playful, fur balls. To keep your Pomeranian pup happy and healthy, the right pet insurance plan is essential.
Not every policy will suit your dog, as different breeds have different health requirements so, check out our guide on everything you need to know about insuring your Pomeranian.
What is the best type of insurance for your Pomeranian?
Pomeranian’s are prone to a lot of serious illnesses. They are scored by the Kennel Club as as a category two breed, meaning their health is a point of concern. This is important to be aware of when picking your pet insurance policy.
For your Pomeranian, a lifetime insurance policy may be the best option. Your Pomeranian is prone to lifelong illnesses, as well as genetic conditions which have the potential to require regular medical treatment. With a lifetime policy the financial limit for each condition resets each year at the renewal of the policy, limiting the likelihood of you having to fund treatments yourself.
Average pet insurance cost for a Pomeranian
We wanted to provide you with an average figure for the cost of your Pomeranian pet insurance policy, so we ran a number of quotes from a variety of well-known and reputable pet insurance companies. Our results estimated that, on average, you could insure your Pomeranian with a lifetime insurance policy for £9.72 a month, or an annual payment of £116.50. To run these quotes we used the following pet information:
- Bought for £400
- Vaccinations up to date
- No pre-existing conditions
- Non aggressive
Common health problems for Pomeranian’s
Pomeranian’s are known to be prone to a number of serious ailments, with some being more common than others. It is essential that you factor in illnesses that are common for this breed when deciding on your pet insurance plan, so that your pup is covered with the best insurance.
Common illnesses for Pomeranian’s include:
- Luxating patellas
- Tracheal collapse
- Cushing’s disease
- Progressive retinal atrophy
Average treatments cost for Pomeranian’s
When having a dog that is prone to a lot of serious illnesses that are likely to require treatment on multiple occasions, it is helpful to be aware of the average treatment costs for common ailments. This information will help you when deciding on a policy, and a financial limit.
Below is a list of the average treatment costs for common illnesses:
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Fun facts about Pomeranian’s
- These tiny dogs are descendants from big sled dogs – not easy to believe!
- Whilst now typically weighing around 7 to 10 pounds, they used to weigh as much as 20 to 30 pounds. It wasn’t until they began to be bred down in size by Queen Victoria that they got their small stature.
- Mozart had a Pomeranian called Pimperl.
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