24-7 -- Today's economic climate has impacted budgets for every member of the household—including your dog. As grocery prices soar, dog owners see the price of dog food and dog supplies continue to climb as well.
"A dog, like any member of a family, has certain costs associated with him," notes Paris Permenter, coauthor of the How to Put Your Dog on a Budget ebook. "With some creative thinking and some preplanning, though, you can save on your dog's care on everything from food to toys to veterinary care."
The electronic report, published by DogTipper.com, offers practical, easy-to-implement tips for cutting costs ranging from signing up for manufacturer's special offers to shopping around for veterinary care to starting your own dog sitting coop.
Along with saving money, Permenter reports another bonus implementing these budgetary tips. "We found that using even some of these money-saving tips in our everyday lives made us closer to our dogs. In making our own dog treats, for example, we started looking more closely at the foods we were feeding our dogs. By making our own dog toys, we began to think of other ways we could play with our dogs. It's been good not only for our budget but for ourselves."
DogTipper.com features articles and tips covering all aspects of life with your dog, from selecting a dog to raising and training your canine. Published by professional writers (and husband-wife team) Paris Permenter and John Bigley, the site also offers a Celebrity Canines blog featuring red carpet canines, a Dog Tip of the Day, and Dog News covering dog food recalls, new dog products, and more. Permenter and Bigley, who have authored over two dozen books for publishers ranging from Random House to Globe Pequot, live with their dogs in Texas.
To download a free copy of How to Put Your Dog on a Budget, visit http://www.DogTipper.com/budget.
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