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Dogs – Cats and Budgeting – Pet tip 242

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.

Owner:
CoyotesPrincess
City:
Not Provided
Province, Country:
Not Provided
Type/Breed:
Beagle
Date of Birth:
Jun 21, 1993
Date of Death
Not Provided
Sex:
Male
Height:
Not Provided
Weight:
Not Provided
Coat Colour:
black, white and brown
Eye Colour:
brown

HOOCH
June 1993-September 2008

Hooch was a very loving and playful dog. His favorite thing in the world was a tennis ball. He would sit pretty and not move a muscle while he waited for it to be thrown. It didn't matter how long he had to wait but he would howl as loud as he could if it wasn't fast enough for him. He would catch it and bring it right back to wait again. He also love dropping it in the toilet or his water bowl and sucking the water off of it.

He loved going for walks and he let the whole neighborhood know when he was out and about.

He was sick as a puppy and spent his first week with us at the vets. He got better and was a healthy dog after that. When he was 15 his health started to decline. He lived a long life and he was getting tired. He couldn't keep any food down and lost weight. He had to be carried in and out of the house his last days with us. He was letting us know that it was his time to go. After 15 years with us we had to say goodbye. He was euthanized with us by his side. He left us knowing that he was well loved and would be terribly missed.

RIP Hooch. We'll meet you at Rainbow Bridge.

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