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Miniature Bull Terriers Pet Insurance Overview


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The Miniature Bull Terrier is simply the smaller version of Bull Terriers. They possess most of the qualities of Bull Terriers. Miniature Bull Terriers are fearless and possess terrier fire. AKC dubbed them the “Clown Prince of Dogdom”. Mini Bull stands no more than 14 inches and weighs at most 28 pounds but they are quite strong and muscular.

Just like Bull Terriers, Mini Bulls are unique for their egg-shaped head as well as their dark and triangular eyes. You can’t a Bull Terrier or a Mini Bull for any other breed, thanks to their unique looks and features. Bull Terriers were developed by crossing Bulldogs with the extinct English Terriers. The Mini Bull is a bred-down version of Bull Terriers after long trial by breeders.

Minis are companion dogs but they are also excellent ratters. The best thing you can do for your furry friend is to take out the right Miniature Bull Terriers pet insurance. The right Miniature Bull Terriers pet insurance will provide comprehensive protection to your furry friends against medical emergencies, accidents, illness, diagnostic tests, emergency care, accidents and so on.

All pet insurance coverages are not created equal. It is important to research the coverage and also the provider to be sure you are on the right path. Some pet insurance providers place some limitation in their coverage for pets of certain breeds and age. This is why you should ask the right questions before you take out Miniature Bull Terriers pet insurance.

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Why Miniature Bull Terriers Pet Insurance Is Important

If you are considering buying any dog, you should be aware of the possible health issues the breed can face. Mini Bulls can be prone to both psychologic and physiologic health issues. Some of the common health problems common to the breed include aortic valve stenosis, mitral valve dysplasia, patellar luxation, and so on.

Most of these medical conditions cost thousands of dollars in veterinary treatment. With the increasing cost of veterinary care and treatment, you can expect to spend at least $3,000 on most procedures. For procedures requiring multiple surgeries, you may even spend tens of thousands of dollars.

Rather than spending a lot of money out of pocket, you could take out Miniature Bull Terriers pet insurance. The right pet insurance will not just cover the veterinary treatment for your pet, it will also indirectly protect your finances.

Here is a list of common sicknesses Miniature Bull Terriers might develop:

  • Patellar luxation
  • Lens luxation
  • Mitral valve dysplasia
  • Aortic valve stenosis
  • Skin problems
  • Deafness
  • Heart disease
  • Hereditary nephritis
  • Spinning, etc.

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Miniature Bull Terriers Pet Insurance Statistics

Origin: England

Average height: 10 – 14 inches

Average weight: 18 – 28 pounds

Life expectancy: 11 – 13 years

Dog Breed Group: Terrier Group

Exercise Requirements: 20 – 40 minutes per day

Temperament: Stubborn, Upbeat, Energetic, Mischievous, Even Tempered, Comical, Playful, Loving, Courageous.

Health: They are healthy overall but prone to conditions like patellar luxation, lens luxation, aortic valve stenosis, mitral valve dysplasia, heart disease, hereditary nephritis, skin problems, deafness, etc.

Energy level: Very energetic

Tendency to Bark: Low

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Miniature Bull Terriers Pet Insurance News

An 8-month-old miniature bull terrier named Dallas in the care of Off Leash K9 Training facility in Johnson City in Tennessee died of 0% fat content and there was no presence of food in the GI tract, the necropsy report states.

According to the report, nothing has moved through the dog in 12 to 24 hours but the Mini Bull had a small quantity of food in his stomach.

Also, the report indicates that there was no sign of strangulation or edema. Citing the UT Vet School necropsy report, the attorney representing the Dallas said that the Mini Bull died by way of starvation.

Randi LaFerney, the owner of the animal shelter responsible for the dog, Off Leash K9 Training, was booked into jail on May 13 and her bond was set at $10,000. She was also scheduled to appear in court the following day. The charge against LaFerney was “aggravated cruelty to animals”.

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Miniature Bull Terriers Pet Insurance FAQ


Are Miniature Bull Terriers prone to separation anxiety?

Mini Bulls require a lot of attention and care. If he does not get enough attention he craves, the dog may exhibit obsessive-compulsive behaviors. Mini Bull’s separation anxiety could also cause them to behave in unexpected ways. They can even injure themselves and break out of their crates.

Are Miniature Bull Terriers protective and aggressive?

Mini Bulls are territorial and protective dogs and they can also be very possessive of their humans or owners. They are aggressive towards other dogs but may do well with dogs of the opposite sex.

How soon does pet insurance take effect?

You can process your Miniature Bull Terriers pet insurance after the insurer’s waiting period is over. The length of the waiting period may vary from one pet insurer to the other, however, for some insurance providers, the waiting period is 14 days for illness and 48 hours for accidents.

Can you get pet insurance after diagnosis?

In the event that your pet is diagnosed with a medical condition before the start date of the pet insurance policy, the diagnosed condition will be excluded from the pet insurance coverage. In other words, you may access coverage for other conditions but not the pre-existing condition.

What medical conditions are common with Miniature Bull Terriers?

Several medical conditions are common with Miniature Bull Terriers. Examples include patellar luxation, lens luxation, aortic valve stenosis, mitral valve dysplasia, heart disease, hereditary nephritis, skin problems, deafness, etc.

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