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Small dog. (Steven Cheung/Photos.com)
Small dog. (Steven Cheung/Photos.com)

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Carrick on money: The cost of owning a small dog? Almost $13,000 Add to ...

The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick

You’d have to be barking mad to own a dog

The estimated lifetime cost of owning a small dog: up to $12,700. Large dogs: Up to $7,950 (they don’t live as long on average). Something to think about before you check out that cute puppy. Full disclosure: I’m a dog owner who thinks those numbers aren’t out of line.

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A useful primer on what to look for in choosing an exchange-traded fund. Number One is low expenses, which makes sense because cheap ownership costs are the main reason to consider ETFs as opposed to mutual funds.

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