You love your pets. But they’re so expensive!
Even if you stick to the basics: you take your pet to the vet, get them neutered or spayed, get all of the shots they need, feed them quality food, and love them unconditionally.
But, it is still expensive.
According to American Pet Products (APPA) you will spend about $1,356 a year to take care of a dog and about $1,221 a year to have a cat. A projected $50.84 billion will be spent on U.S. pets in 2011, estimates the APPA.
There are ways you can cut the costs of having a pet, if you’re willing to put a little work and thought into it!
Clip coupons for pet products whenever you see them and stock up on your preferred pet food whenever there is a sale.
Take advantage of low cost clinics! The Humane Society for Greater Savannah and the pet supply store, TailsSpin often host low cost clinics offering vaccines.
In Ridgeland, the SNAC low-cost spay and neuter clinic is the best place to go to save money for those new pet owners.
Skip the pink tutus and sports jerseys! Your pets don’t need to wear them!
How do you save money on pet care?
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