Before you get a dog, you should consider how much a dog costs to keep. How much a dog costs depends on its breed, size and health. To begin with, you’ll need money to buy the dog. Purebred dogs can be much more expensive than mixed-breed dogs. And then you have monthly and yearly costs.
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Costs can differ widely, as it always depends if you choose an expensive food and/or have a large dog, for example. Of course, cheap food and a small dog is the lower limit. As long as you’re clear about what you’re getting yourself into, you’ll save yourself a lot of bother and save your pet from the pound (or being left tied up in a parking lot before a vacation). Depending on their breed and size, a dog can live for 10 to 13 years. They’re like family members. And they suffer like we would when separated from their beloved pack.
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