Cheapest Dog Breeds for Pet Owners on a Budget  

1. A Chihuahua Not only are these dogs very small—they stand six to nine inches tall and weigh three to six pounds—but they also tend to live very long lives, often up to sixteen years

2. American pit bull During the 1800s, this tiny puppy was bred to kill rats and chase rabbits for fun. The Manchester terrier still has hunter traits and may chase small animals, but mostly it's just interested. 

3. A Beagle These cheerful dogs are always available at a low price and come in two sizes: One kind is just under 13 inches tall and weighs 20 pounds. The other one is up to 30 pounds and 13 to 15 inches tall. 

4. A wire-haired German pointer The German wirehaired pointer could be your new hike partner if you love the outdoors and want a dog that can handle all kinds of weather. This type of dog needs vigorous exercise every day.

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5) A Dalmatian Did you know that Dalmatians are born white all over? When they are about two weeks old, they get the spots that make them stand out. The Dalmatian was designed to run, which is another interesting fact.

6. A Border Collie Before 1915, when the breed standard was set and the dog was named the border collie, these dogs were called sheepdogs. They are one of the smartest and cutest black-and-white dog types. The name comes from the fact that the breed

7. The Schipperke Someone told everyone in the middle of the 1800s that Queen Marie Henriette of Belgium had a cute black dog breed. Everyone wanted one. After all, who could say no to a cute dog that looks like a black fox

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