Which dog breeds are expensive: there will be lots of costs

Yulia PoteriankoLife
Yorkies, Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, and French Bulldogs require a lot of money to keep them healthy.

Quality pet care is not a cheap pleasure. Proper nutrition, toys, and health care all require money. But when it comes to dogs, some breeds can really cost their owners a fortune.

OBOZREVATEL has collected a list of popular breeds that require additional costs. Mainly because of health features, but also because of care.

Yorkshire Terrier

Very popular indoor dogs require regular grooming, because their fur is constantly growing like human hair. In case the yorkie participates in exhibitions, she will need to be groomed separately to keep her shiny and healthy. But this is a pleasant hassle. But the regular dental problems of these dogs may need expensive annual procedures under anesthesia.

French Bulldog

Like any brachycephalic breed, the French Bulldog is prone to breathing problems - this should be monitored closely and a doctor should be consulted at the slightest problem. Sometimes, to make it easier for the animal to inhale air, it is necessary to perform surgery on the respiratory tract. Frenchies are also prone to diseases of the eyes, ears, cardiovascular system, spine and joints. Preventing all these problems is often extremely expensive.

Golden Retriever

This breed is known for its sociability and optimism. But the problematic side of the Golden is its health. They have problematic joints, skin, eyes and ears. They are also prone to getting cancer. Saving the pet will then require chemotherapy, radiation and other expensive procedures. It will be expensive to cure the pet, but quite possible.

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

These wonderful shaggy little guys have very poor health. Cavaliers often have problems with their heart, joints, eyes and other organs and organ systems. They need veterinary care all the time and can get several illnesses at the same time. Many such dogs have to take medication on a daily basis throughout their lives. The expense and hassle of doing so, of course, falls on the owner.

Earlier OBOZREVATEL told about the success of British veterinarians who were able to cure the dog from an extremely atypical for dogs disease.

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