So you finally got that present you have always wanted since you were a little kid. That ultimate gift that you had nagged your parents for, saying how much fun you would have with it and how you would take the best care of it. Then the Christmas day finally came when that dream became a reality and it was acknowledged. The arrival of your new playmate, a pet.
Whether its Dalmatian dog, a Persian cat, a tropical bird or even an exotic lizard from a faraway country, this is what you have been craving, the satisfaction you get when your pet looks up at its new owner with that ´please look after me’ look.
This is your chance to change a life. So after all the excited starts to settle there are numerous things that need to be thought about, most in importantly how will you take the best possible care of this new pet as you can? Now is the far from robust economy saving money at every possible corner can mean more money to spend on the finer treats for your dog (and don’t deny you haven’t ever wanted a diamond encrusted collar for your pet!) So here are a few tips on how to save money caring for your pet. Buy discounted food, just buy shopping food in larger quantities can you save huge amounts than buying smaller packets of your favorite brand of pet food.
Buying food online is more popular with many sites offering free or low price delivery; try out a websites such as PetFoodDirect & Costco to see how much you can save. Pet care services, shop around for deals on grooming and maintenance services you can often find a cheaper deal online with voucher sites such as Groupon, who offer reduction in professional cleaners at a fraction of the standard cost. Healthier routines, just like humans a few extra pounds can creep so make sure a sensible diet and plenty of exercise. Avoid over feeding your pet even if it is winter, make sure you do your research before you start making up a food regime, most animals don’t need to be feed three times a day like us! This can potentially lead in fewer trips to the vet with a healthier active lifestyle for your pet, and it will keep you in shape at the same time!