Mixed breed dog insurance

ManyPets coverage for happy, healthy mutts

Mutts are magical, but not invincible. ManyPets insurance can reimburse you* for your mixed breed dog's accident or illness care.

  • All mixed breeds eligible for coverage
  • Rescue dogs covered after health check
  • No annual payout limits, no hidden fees
  • All vets accepted
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What exactly is a mixed breed dog?

Mutts are marvels of nature, blessed with the very best traits of two different breeds—or three, or four, or 90. And they often enjoy a low risk of hereditary health conditions, which is a nice plus.


We insure a wide range of mixed breed dogs

Here are some of the most popular dog breeds that have been insured with ManyPets.

Can't see your dog's breed, or don't know their parentage? Don't worry; we cover all mixed breeds. Contact us with any questions or get a quote today.

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How much does pet insurance cost for a mixed-breed dog?

The cost of dog insurance depends on a number of factors, including your dog’s age and location, your coverage selections, and breed-specific health risks. Heightened health risks can contribute to higher premiums, but mutts often aren’t prone to the same hereditary conditions as purebred pups.

How do I buy or adopt a mixed breed dog?

If you’re out to purchase a “designer” mixed breed (think: doodles), it’s essential to find a responsible breeder; puppy mills and backyard breeders are considered unethical for a reason and may not perform adequate health testing.

You can also adopt a rescue dog; you’ll be supporting a worthy animal shelter and possibly saving a life.

*ManyPets analyzes every claim on its own merits, subject to the terms and conditions of your insurance policy or Wellness Plan. Insurance exclusions apply, including those for pre-existing conditions (only claims unrelated to an excluded treatment or condition are eligible for coverage). Wellness Plan reimbursement is available only for eligible preventative care treatments.