WHAT IS THE CHEAPEST DOG YOU CAN GET?

hi, I hope you can all help me!! I am trying to persuade my mum and dad to get me a pet i think if a dog was cheaper they would get me another one!! thanks xx

There are always free to good home ads in the papers. Adopting from shelters are usually fairly cheap.

The problem is not the intial cost. Dogs are expensive, regardless of breed. Food, grooming, vet visits, neutering, shots, tags, toys, leashes, dog bed, collars, training, are a few of those expenses. Then if the dog gets sick, more money.

The cheapest dog would be a dog you rescued from somebody who can no longer care for their dog. On craigslist, there are tons of people who have to find new homes for their dogs because they’re losing their home. Many are offering their pets as free to a good home. There are some wonderful dogs out there that don’t deserve to be put down.

I’m guessing your parents realize the responsibility of owning a dog which means shots, grooming, walking, training, boarding at times, flea prevention products, heartworm prevention, healthcare.

Maybe you could ask them in what ways you could help with the dog that would make them consider getting another one.

It could also be that they are not ready to get another one yet if they were very attached to the last one. Have a talk with your parents and ask them about it.

You should consider a shelter they have great dogs/cats most shelters have dogs from -$ I want to a shelter not to long ago and they had dogs for $ that were months+ on average they are $ at shelters. At most shelters they have their shots microchip and free insurance for a month and sprayed/neutered

I don’t think that would work because for

) Dogs do not come cheap and

) When your mother and father do not want you to have a dog they may be thinking of the vet bills, having a dog isn’t simple and you always have to have money available for food, accessories & vet bills etc.

NO dog is cheap, perhaps the initial cost yes, but what if the dog needs emergency care? & i’m sure ALL dogs need food, toys and walking essentials, vaccinations…?

Shelter fees are usually around £-£ and there is always free to good home ads in the paper.

But quite honestly, if your parents can’t afford a dog then don’t get one.

The ONLY place you should go is the humain society. There are lots of puppies there too. I got my puppy there a few years back. Best decision ever. It cost about $ which included all the shots and to get neutered.

The cheapest to purchase would be at your local shelter.

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Dogs still cost money to care for.. it doesnt matter what kind you have, they need food, grooming, vet care, training, etc.. unless you get a breed with special care, they all cost about the same to care for.

THE CHEAPEST DOG YOU CAN GET IS-

)Pomerian

)Bull dog

)Alsatian

I would recommend that you go to your local Humane Society.

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  • There are always free to good home ads in the papers. Adopting from shelters are usually fairly cheap.

    The problem is not the intial cost. Dogs are expensive, regardless of breed. Food, grooming, vet visits, neutering, shots, tags, toys, leashes, dog bed, collars, training, are a few of those expenses. Then if the dog gets sick, more money.

    Source(s): owned by GSDs and a Lab

  • The cheapest dog would be a dog you rescued from somebody who can no longer care for their dog. On craigslist, there are tons of people who have to find new homes for their dogs because they’re losing their home. Many are offering their pets as free to a good home. There are some wonderful dogs out there that don’t deserve to be put down.

  • I’m guessing your parents realize the responsibility of owning a dog which means shots, grooming, walking, training, boarding at times, flea prevention products, heartworm prevention, healthcare.

    Maybe you could ask them in what ways you could help with the dog that would make them consider getting another one.

    It could also be that they are not ready to get another one yet if they were very attached to the last one. Have a talk with your parents and ask them about it.

  • You should consider a shelter they have great dogs/cats most shelters have dogs from -$ I want to a shelter not to long ago and they had dogs for $ that were months+ on average they are $ at shelters. At most shelters they have their shots microchip and free insurance for a month and sprayed/neutered

  • I don’t think that would work because for

    ) Dogs do not come cheap and

    ) When your mother and father do not want you to have a dog they may be thinking of the vet bills, having a dog isn’t simple and you always have to have money available for food, accessories & vet bills etc.

    Source(s): Dog owner

  • NO dog is cheap, perhaps the initial cost yes, but what if the dog needs emergency care? & i’m sure ALL dogs need food, toys and walking essentials, vaccinations…?

    Shelter fees are usually around £-£ and there is always free to good home ads in the paper.

    But quite honestly, if your parents can’t afford a dog then don’t get one.

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  • The ONLY place you should go is the humain society. There are lots of puppies there too. I got my puppy there a few years back. Best decision ever. It cost about $ which included all the shots and to get neutered.

  • The cheapest to purchase would be at your local shelter.

    Dogs still cost money to care for.. it doesnt matter what kind you have, they need food, grooming, vet care, training, etc.. unless you get a breed with special care, they all cost about the same to care for.

  • THE CHEAPEST DOG YOU CAN GET IS-

    )Pomerian

    )Bull dog

    )Alsatian

  • I would recommend that you go to your local Humane Society.

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