Learn about Brittanys Pet Insurance
The Brittany Spaniel is a fun-loving, upbeat, and bright dog breed primarily bred for bird hunting. The breed is commonly referred to as a spaniel but it actually has the characteristics of a setter or a pointer. Canines in this breed are solidly-built, compact, athletic and energetic. They are usually born with a short tail but few may have a long tail.
The dog originated from a region in the westernmost part of France. Paintings from the 17th century contain images of orange and white Brittany-like dogs. Reverend Davies was the first to write about this breed in 1850. Davies described the breed as small bobtailed dogs and also as excellent pointers and retrievers. The breed made its way to the United States in 1931 but was approved by the American Kennel Club in 1934. Since 1982, the breed is no longer referred to as a Spaniel.
As pets age, certain hereditary and genetic diseases manifest, the Brittany breed is not exempted. The breed may be susceptible to certain hereditary conditions and health problems. Unfortunately, if your pet is diagnosed with a medical condition before the policy’s start date, the condition will be excluded from the policy. Such a condition is known as a pre-existing condition.
Before purchasing Brittanys pet insurance, you need to take a good look at the coverage’s stipulations, waiting period, limits and exclusions and be sure that you are well covered. Some insurers have different policies regarding the pet’s breed and age, make sure you understand the terms of the policy before you take out the Brittanys pet insurance.
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