Keep your furry friend (and your wallet) healthy and happy with these tips.

By Kristine Gill
November 05, 2018

Budgeting for cat food and doggy day care is one thing, but planning for unexpected and even routine vet care can throw some pet owners for a loop. Plus, vaccines, dental care, and major expenses like emergency surgery can quickly add up as your furry friend ages.

Here’s how to save on costs (without compromising on care) according to Christie Long, a veterinarian and coach on PetCoach, a site for pet parents doling out advice on everything from medical problems to house training.

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