According to data collected by the company, in the last six months, the most expensive breed quoted for onsite (by some margin) is the Cane Corso, who costs on average a £770 a year to insure.
Other breeds that set owners back include the Northern Inuit which is £173.66 on average to insure and the Shar Pei which could cost £163.52 to cover.
Dog quotes account for 79 percent of all pet enquiries on the site, suggesting that insurance is more of a concern for those with canine companions.
In comparison, just 11.4 percent of all cat enquiries are for those who would like to insure pedigrees.
Instead, cross-breeds make up the majority of all cat quotes conducted onsite.
Some of the most expensive pedigrees to insure include the Norwegian Forest Cat which costs on average £49.65 to insure, followed by the Burmese which costs £48.91 and the Sphynx which comes in at £48.82.
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