Stories That Pay Off: Here’s how expensive it can be to own a dog
We all know dogs are the best, but raising a four-legged sidekick can cost a pretty penny. According to a new Rover.com survey of 1,500 adults in the U.S., many owners like to treat their pet to a life of luxury, like the occasional doga class (yoga for dogs) or birthday meal — and average expenses related to dog ownership can add up to more than owners anticipate. Man’s best friends may not be cheap, but surely, they’re priceless.
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