Dog ownership has considerable expense involved. If you plan to buy an English Toy Terrier puppy, not only do you have to shell out over £900 but you also have to be on a waitlist. Unfortunately, only a few puppies are bred each year.
Other than the initial purchase, you need also to consider getting a pet insurance. Pet insurance will cost anywhere from £20 to £40 a month, while regular veterinary consultations and basic procedures will set you back at least £800 a year, including vaccinations, boosters and cost for neutering when the time is right.
Food cost is another matter, to buy high-quality dog food you will have to spend around £20 to £30 a month. On average, owning an English Toy Terrier will cost about £50 to £80 a month, depending on the type of insurance.