Costly canines: How to manage your pet budget
OKLAHOMA CITY- When it comes to pets, sometimes it feels like you need to get a loan to afford bills associated with your furry friends.
Whether it is checkups, grooming or pet food, our four-legged family can really be costly.
On average, a family dog can cost $600 to $900 per year.
Cats cost roughly $700 per year, while other smaller pets can cost $200 to $300.
Amy Welch, with the Oklahoma Society of CPAs, stopped by our studios with ways to manage your pet budget.
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