A guide to the cost of baby Pitbulls
Pitbulls are one of the most popular breeds of dog, and with good reason. They make loyal and loving companions, creating a long-lasting bond with their owners. But what about the costs associated with bringing a baby Pitbull into your home?
Purchasing a Pitbull Puppy
The cost of purchasing a baby Pitbull can range greatly, depending on various factors. The heritage, bloodline, and quality of the puppy will have an impact on the cost. Puppies from reputable breeders are generally the more expensive and on average cost between $1,500 to $3,000.
Once you have purchased a puppy, there will be a number of ongoing expenses associated with looking after it. These include, but are not limited to:
- Food: Typically around $100 per month, but this will depend on your choice of food.
- Vet bills: From preventative care, vaccinations, and any other medical needs.
- Training: From basic puppy training classes, to teaching commands such as sit, stay, and come.
- Grooming: Depending on your choice of grooming, bathing and brushing can range from $25 to $100 each session.
The cost of owning a baby Pitbull can be considerable. However, the rewards of owning one of these loyal and loving dogs can be worth the huge amount of love you get in return. So, if you’re looking to adopt a Pitbull puppy, be sure you understand the costs involved, so you’re able to care for your companion throughout their lives.