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Your Labradoodle, your best friend

Your doodle is cute, cuddly, silly, and always there for you when you need him. Your Labradoodle is family, and pet insurance can help protect your furry four-legger.

What do you get when you cross a Labrador Retriever with a Poodle? The answer to what sounds like a cheeky joke is actually your sweet, loving best friend, the Labradoodle. The breed first became known in the late '80s in Australia when a breeder's goal was to create a guide dog fit for people with allergies to fur. Today, they are in homes across North America, filling the role of lovable family pet and companion.

These dogs are generally smart and easy to train, and they tend to have lots of energy. Pet insurance can come in handy if that energy gets misdirected and results in a broken leg or other accident. We'd love to help protect your furry best friend — simply fill out the quote form above to get started.

Testimonial

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“I have a 2 year old Labradoodle named Eko who developed all sorts of skin/ear/eye irritation over the past year. My family and I spent months working with Park Veterinary Clinic to determine the issue, and scratch Eko’s itch. Because of Trupanion’s support, I was able to complete the numerous tests and treatments needed to narrow down what turned out to be a food allergy. He’s a happy camper now and celebrated his 2nd birthday on Tuesday!” -Brittany C.

Sample claims

Charlie, 2-year-old Labradoodle
$14,279 for immune mediated hemolytic anemia
Bean, 8-month-old Labradoodle
$3,964 for broken leg
Mia, 5-year-old Labradoodle
$1,180 for foreign body ingestion