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Don't Worry About Money When Your Best Friend is Sick
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Don't Worry About Money When Your Best Friend is Sick

If the love of your life is ill, the last thing you want to worry over is money. Whether it's your husband, your child or dog, you want to focus all of your attention on being there for them. Most of us wouldn't dream of not having health insurance for our family. The thought of having to pay for a significant illness is terrifying.

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Dogs on a Dime: 7 Tips for Do the Best for Your Dog on a Budget

With the current financial situation not looking any better in the near future, we thought we would give you some easy and effective ways to save money for your dog. No, I'm not going to give you a recipe at how to make your own dog food, but some idea's you might not have thought of before or some things you may have forgotten about.
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4 Tips to Do the Best for Your Cat on a Budget

With the current financial situation not looking any better in the near future, we thought we would give you some easy and effective ways to save money for your cat. We aren't going to give you a recipe at how to make your own cat food, but some idea's you might not have thought of before or some things you may have forgotten about.
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9 Tips for Keeping Pet Costs Down During the Recession

The recession has caused many people (including pet lovers) to take a long hard look at their finances and encourage reevaluation of expenditures. With the increase in costs of many basic items and a recent record unemployment high - it may be important to consider ways you can cut corners at home. These corners may include pet care related costs.
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Impact of the Economy on Pets

When people fall on hard times, their animals often fall on hard times as well. It has never been more obvious though than with the recent economic recession and home foreclosure crisis. In cities where the job market is particularly bad, foreclosures are high - shelters and rescue groups are struggling with the sudden influx of abandoned and relinquished animals and also dealing with less adoptions.
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Don't Worry About Money When Your Best Friend is Sick

If the love of your life is ill, the last thing you want to worry over is money. Whether it's your husband, your child or dog, you want to focus all of your attention on being there for them. Most of us wouldn't dream of not having health insurance for our family. The thought of having to pay for a significant illness is terrifying.
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Dog Breeds that will Raise your Home Owners Insurance Rates

If you're a potential home owner with a breed of dog that is considered to have the potential for being aggressive, you may want to investigate insurance policies. These days, many insurance companies are being picky about what dogs there are willing to insure in a home owners insurance policy. Insurers state that these breed-specific policies are based on the fact that dog bites account for a quarter of all of all home-owner claims, costing around $321 million.
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Your Guide to the Costs of Pet Ownership

Pets are an integral part of our lives. They are our companions, confidants and, occasionally, saviors. They provide unconditional love and always seem to be there when we need them the most. In exchange, their health and well-being are our responsibility. Many people don't stop to think that owning a pet involves a financial as well as emotional commitment.
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Lifetime Costs of Cat Ownership

Kids have no idea how much they cost in real dollars. When you spell it out in words - one hundred and sixty-nine thousand dollars by current estimates - it really brings home just how expensive it is to raise a child to the age of 18. But dollars cannot measure the roller-coaster experience of raising children.
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Lifetime Costs of Dog Ownership

Kids have no idea how much they cost in real dollars. When you spell it out in words - one hundred and sixty-five thousand dollars by current estimates - it really brings home just how expensive it is to raise a child to the age of 18. But dollars cannot measure the roller-coaster experience of raising children.
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