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How Much Our Pets Cost in a Lifetime


If you have a small dog, you know much you love the little stinker. But, how much are you spending to meet its needs? A small dog isn’t the most expensive pet in the world, but it certainly will cost you money. Every year, you can expect to spend $400. During the first year, you can expect to spend $780. With the long life expectancy of a small dog, an average of 14 years, that little dog adds up big- to the tune of $5,980.

Pet Cost

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China: Waking The Sleeping Giant

The United States’ Gross Domestic Product, or GDP, is still larger than China’s. But according to economic analysts, that might not be the case much longer.

China, thanks in part to its large population, has been steadily growing its GDP in the last few years. Some economists say it will only be 10 years before the country surpasses the U.S.’ GDP.

China, of course, made big news when its GDP did rise above Japan’s in the second quarter of 2010. This marked the first time that China’s GDP ever rose past Japan’s.

 

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