BBC Vet, Joe Inglis Tells You How to Look After Your Pet for Less
1 CommentMonday, 4 February 2013 | Kate
In today's MoneyMagpie email, which is a fine money saving website you should make time to peruse if you're interested in keeping a hand on your hard-earned cash, is a great article by BBC One Show vet Joe Inglis.
It's a comprehensive guide on how to keep the costs of owning a pet down.
Diet, vets bills, insurance, how to get cheaper vaccinations etc are all covered. Take a look and get some free advice, there's not often you can say that about a visit with the vet!
With the average annual cost of looking after a dog estimated to be around £1,000 you can't afford not to take a peek for some free top tips!
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