Average annual costs of dog insurance in the UK 2017, by policy type

This statistic illustrates the average annual cost of insurance for a male crossbreed dog in the United Kingdom (UK) as of November 2017, by policy type. Lifetime policies were the most expensive insurance type annually at approximately 418.5 British pounds a year.

Average annual insurance costs of owning a dog in the United Kingdom (UK) as of November 2017, by policy type

Average annual cost in GBP
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Release date

November 2017


United Kingdom

Survey time period

November 2017

Number of respondents

10 leading pet insurers

Supplementary notes

* The source added the following information "Quotes were gathered from the following UK pet insurers for a male crossbreed dog: Animal Friends, Direct Line, John Lewis, LV=, M&S, More Th>n, PDSA, Petplan, Tesco and The Kennel Club."

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