35 Gallon Red Sea Max Glass Reef Aquarium w/ corals, fish, rock, sand, etc.
CURIOUS KITTEN AQUARIUM COPPER PATINA BASE DEC. RING.BLOWN GLASS,POLISHED ROCKS
20-MARINE SNAILS/ EATS ALGAE & FISH WASTE/ CLEANS LIVE SAND-ROCKS-AQUARIUM GLASS
20-MARINE SNAILS/ EATS ALGAE & LEFT OVER FISH FOOD / CLEANS GLASS - ROCKS - SAND
Aquarium Plant Group of 3 on Rock Base Dracenea Saw Glass Sword Plants New
2 Bags Pink Akasha Crystals Glass Marble Accents Vase/Aquarium/Fish Tank Rocks
(New) Companion Gear DOG BOOTS for Rain, Mud, Glass & Rocks - Size Medium
Java Moss-Live Plant for glass aquarium rock decoration
3 lbs 13 oz Glass Marble Accents Vase Aquarium Fish Tank Rocks Rock Blues used
1 SEA URCHIN/ALGAE EATER/CLEANS GLASS+ROCK /SALTWATER CORAL REEF AQUARIUM/FILTER
How Much Will That Dog Really Cost?
Dogs and puppies require time investment as well. Though not financial, all the money in the world is nothing if you do not invest the time and effort to properly raise and train your dog. Dogs are not status symbols to be stuck in the yard to make you look good. Dogs are pack members and need time and effort from us.
Whether your dog came from the pound or the best breeder in the country, it is the day-to-day expenses that cost the big bucks over time - not the purchase of the dog. Do the math and look at what it takes to be a responsible dog owner. Now, look back and think: "Can I really afford a dog? Can I afford an emergency? Can I afford training and the time it takes?"
Dogs, even just pets, are not a cheap investment. If you spend that average of $600 per year and your dog lives to be 15 years, the cost of the dog is $9,000. If you add in emergencies, illness, medications, if you are involved with canine sports, the cost can be easily over $10,000. Now you know the true cost of that dog. But for many, and myself included, the cost is worth it and we accept it as part of being a responsible dog owner!