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Costs To Own The Most Popular Pets

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It's estimated that 62% of U.S. households own a pet. That's 72.9 million homes with more than $50 billion spent on their pets in 2011. Of that $50 billion, $20.5 billion was spent on food, $12.6 billion on medicine and $13.6 billion on vet care. Other expenses include the purchase of the animal and services like grooming and boarding. Different types of pets vary in terms of their maintenance costs.
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