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February 27, 2006


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$2,000 per year sounds more reasonable with a caveat depending on what type of pet and breed. It also varies with the person's lifestyle and their standard of "pet" living. Some people can love their pets with just the basics and some animals live better than humans (lol unfortunately).

Adopt from a shelter!! Wonderful pure-breed and All-American (mutts) dogs are available. Some come with free neutering.

Foster a pet! We are fostering a dog from a shelter until he gets adopted. The shelter provides vet care, we provide food.

Realize that pets don't need to see a vet for everything. I had a roommate who thought dogs should go to the vet for every little thing -- a sneeze here, a tired day there...

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