Pet costs can be burden, surprise in hard times
I incurred a surprise expense last week. A neighbor’s Great Dane got in our back yard and bit our 9-year-old husky mix, Eddie. The vet bill was $70 for the antibiotics, exam, clipping, cleaning and stapling his wounds. In today’s economy, such unexpected costs, well, bite.My predictable pet expenses alone are significant, including $210 for meds to prevent heart worm, fleas and ticks; $60 for rabies and other vaccines; and about $500 a year for dog food and...
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