Frequent vet care for respiratory issues makes English Bulldogs costly to insure. Average annual premium is $1,644.
Multiple health issues like cancer and elbow dysplasia make this breed expensive to insure at $1,616 annually.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Orthopedic conditions, size and perceived aggression earn Rottweilers high insurance premiums of $1,601 a year.
Huge size and predispositions to bloat and orthopedic disease result in high veterinary costs for Great Danes.
Hip dysplasia and other joint diseases mean big vet bills for German Shepherd owners, making insurance pricier.
Cancer predisposition and joint issues make insurance premiums high for this popular breed, averaging $551 annually.
America's most popular breed also faces serious joint disease and obesity, earning them costly insurance premiums.