Studies have shown that our animal companions improve our quality of life, helping us to stay fit and improving our mood, but anyone who has a pet doesn’t need science to tell them that! You just can’t assign a monetary value to the joy of adopting an animal, but of course, caring for your dog, cat, bird or other creature does cost money – for everything from food to veterinary care. In these tough times, we’re all looking for ways to save a little cash. You don’t want to deny your friend the finer things in life, so we’ve compiled the list of goodies that are available for free!
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Pet owners spend an average of $1,165 in their first year of pet ownership and a whopping $700 annually thereafter, according to the ASPCA. Between kitty litter, toys, food, health care, vaccinations, office visits and spays, owning a pet is expensive. But with these five tips, you can lessen that bill and get back to enjoying your precious pooch.