16 Things You Should Never Buy New

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If you buy a puppy (or kitten) from a professional breeder or a pet-store outlet, it can set you back anywhere from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. You’ll need to anticipate additional fees and vet bills, too. Adopt a pre-owned pet from your local animal shelter and get a new family member, with fees and vaccines at a substantially lower cost.

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