The average lifetime cost of owning a dog today stands at around £16,900 and for a cat £17,200, according to research by Sainsbury’s pet insurance.
And it’s set to get even more expensive.
The average annual cost of owning a dog is currently £1,183.
How much does it cost to keep a dog per month UK?
You’re probably looking at around £200 to £400 a year to feed your dog, which means an average cost of dog food per month of around £25, but there are a lot of factors to take into consideration. Larger dogs might cost a lot more to feed, while smaller dogs will cost a bit less.
How much does it cost to own a dog?
The cost of owning a dog can be estimated at about $1,400 to $4,300 per year. There are ways to save money depending on the choices you make. Contributing factors include your dog’s size and age, the region in which you live, your own lifestyle, and your dog’s individual needs.
How expensive is a dog per month?
According to a new study from Rover, most people think a dog will cost them a mere $26-$75 per month. But that figure is actually more like $153 per month.
How much does it cost to raise a dog?
The average cost for the first year of raising small dogs was $2674; medium dogs on the average cost $2889; the cost for large dogs is $3239 and giant breeds such as Great Danes have an annual cost of $3536. The average first year cost across all sizes was $3085.