Best Value Dog Breeds for People on a Tight Budget 

We have some good news for you if that describes you: purebred dogs do not have to be expensive. 

You can save a lot of money by adopting from a shelter or a breed-specific program like the National Greyhound Adoption Program; but, the adorable puppies on our list will likely be cheaper if you buy them from a breeder.  

That's why we think they're the most budget-friendly canine varieties available. 

The real expense of dog ownership, which ranges from $8,000 to $11,500 per year, obviously includes more than just the purchase price.  

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Food, veterinary care, chew toys, and maybe even grooming, training, daycare, pet sitting, and walking will add up to a hefty price tag. 

Which dog is the most affordable? Of course, prices can change, but here are a few things to think about: 

Large canines incur high feeding costs due to their voracious appetites. Grooming may be more frequent for dogs with longer hair. 

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