All about Jessie
Times are tough and many of us have less money coming in (income) but still have the same costs. This leaves most people with very little extra money to just ‘throw away’. This may cause some pet owners to become worried about how to provide for the health and well-being of their pets.
In this article we will try to help you structure your pet-related spending in a way that will keep both you and your pet in good shape. We will start by addressing the essential costs involved with keeping your pet healthy. Then we will mention some options that may help you afford these essential costs. Finally, we will look at what pet-related spending we can consider a luxury (non-essential).
The most important thing you can provide for your pet is health. Budgeting for an annual check-up and vaccinations is absolutely necessary.
- Natalie G
- Province, Country:
- ON, Canada
- Brittany Spaniel
- Date of Birth:
- June 20 1992
- Date of Death
- May 12 2004
- Not Provided
- Coat Colour:
- liver and white
- Eye Colour:
Jessie was a great dog.
She was always very energetic, happy and hungy up until a few months before we had to put her down.
My uncle let us adopt her when she was 5 (his girlfriend and he broke up) and we've cherished her ever since. She was very loved and spoiled.
She loved everyone and always knew just what to do to make us laugh.
She loved treats, running outside, and getting filthy because she would get into things she shouldn't. She loved birds and loved cats....they didnt love her back though and she would get swatted, or she would think a skunk was a cat...we all know what would happen.
She is burried in a mini pet cemetary in a family friend's yard.
We miss her dearly and pur home seems huge and quiet without her.
We love you Jessie.
You have impacted our lives more than most people will ever know.
Love you Always!