It’s not unrealistic to expect your dog to live anywhere from eight to twelve years depending on their size and health, but reports of much older dogs living to be as old as twenty have changed the way that owners care for their canine pets.
The reasoning behind dog breeds being so expensive to own is quite interesting. Expenses are commonly related to the purity of the breed which makes their price go to the extreme. In addition, prices climb when they are offspring from a prize winning dog.
In recent years, pet owners have been requiring higher quality food for their canine and feline companions. Pet food companies have responded to consumer demands by removing nutrient-lacking fillers and adding more wholesome ingredients. However, have they really increased the nutritional value, or just claimed to?