A new survey from Rover.com found that most of us underestimate the amount of money we spend on our dogs. Make your guess before you scroll down. Ready?
While the cost of having a dog is going to vary greatly, depending on things like size, age, and health, most people estimate they spend between $26 and $75 each month.
The true cost? Over $150.
And that’s on top of vet care, initial acquisition expense, pet sitters, extraordinary vet bills, grooming, and training.
Check out the infographic from Rover for a breakdown of potential expenses.
Until next time,
Good day, and good dog!