When It Comes To Caring For Your Dog Or Cat, These Are The Biggest Expenses

Industry statistics reveal how much is spent annually on the upkeep of companion dogs and cats

Based on industry studies conducted in the United States, a dog owner will typically spend around $1,641 per year per pet. For someone who owns a cat, that amount will be roughly $1,125.

The biggest expense is generally food and food treats, followed by veterinary care and then pet supplies together with OTC medicines.

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