Your puppy is your best friend, right? He is part of your family and you spend so much time and money making sure he’s happy and healthy. Now, imagine your puppy gets really sick and needs to go to the vet to feel better. You take him to get checked out. The vet says that he has a rare form of brain cancer. You’re told that if you want him to have a chance at life, he will need to get medication as well as chemotherapy. You’ve already gotten all the blood work and MRIs done which left you with a $2000 vet bill. That’s not including the medication and chemo he will need to get better. If you don’t have pet insurance, you’re left to foot that bill and any future bills on your own. On the other hand, if you did have pet insurance, your policy would cover … Read the rest
Owning a pet can get expensive if you don’t pay attention to the cost of things. If you’re like me, you love your pet so much that you have a hard time not indulging in their every need. I’m not suggesting that you don’t continue to spoil your pet, but there are probably some ways you can cut back on how much you spend on things like toys, food and healthcare.
Tips for Toys
Have you ever noticed that similar to children, pets often enjoy playing with things they find around the house more than they enjoy the fancy store bought stuff? Saving money on toys could be the most guilt free experience ever when you see how much happiness a homemade toy can bring to your pet. You can use everyday household items, old clothing, or even what could be considered trash, to entertain your pet with minimal to … Read the rest