The going rate for one of these medium-sized hunting dogs is between $800 and $1,200.
Throughout their 12-to 14-year lives, German Wirehaired Pointers could incur a minimum of $1,700 in healthcare expenses, given their typically good health.
Border Collies are intelligent dogs that despise sitting around all day and cost an estimated $1,800 in medical expenses during their lifetimes.
Watch out for eye and hip problems, which can worsen over the course of their 12-to 15-year lifespan.
These joyful canines have a life expectancy of twelve to fifteen years and a purchase price of about $800 to $1,500.
A 10-pound, intelligent and sassy Australian Silky Terrier can be yours for $1,200 to $1,500.
Although these canines are generally healthy and have a lifespan of 12–15 years, the medical bills associated with common genetic disorders can reach $2,500 or more.