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Ever wondered how much it costs to own a dog for its entire life?
The results might surprise you; the average cost of a puppy in the US is well over $1300, and in the UK, it’s nearly £2000.
Add in expenses such as insurance, pet food, treats, accessories and the dozens of other items you might buy over the course of your pet’s life, and you’re looking at a considerable sum of money.
Which country has the most dogs by sheer numbers?
And which country has the least?
Is the UK or the US the most dog-friendly country in the world? Or are we barking up the wrong tree? How does Canada or mainland Europe compare to the US/UK?
Can dog walkers in the UK really earn £10k more than the national average wage? Just for walking dogs?
Let us inform, surprise and entertain you with our guides below: