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    Default Be honest! How much did you pay for your dog?

    We paid $1400 for our German Shepherd. Came from a registered breeder, and had to be interviewed to see if we were a suitable home. Was also nice to be able to see the parents and spend time with them to make sure puppy would be a good fit with us.

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    Our RSPCA jack russell cross was $350 incl needles etc. Our pure bred golden retriever was $500 from a breeder. We got her half price as the breeder retains breeders rights until she's 2. We got a bargain as she's the best thing since sliced bread (although our backyard might disagree).

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    I paid $350 for my dog through a rescue organization. He was deserved, vaccinated, wormed and microchipped though.

    Bf and I just chose a kitten on the weekend - $1200 from a registered breeder.

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    $600 for my toy poodle. Supposedly purebred no papers. She had one lot of vaccinations i think. I guess it was a backyard breeder - a family from school who wanted their dog to have puppies.

    I may have paid too much. But you can't really put a price on love. I never consider the cost. She is worth it all and more!

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    $10 for my staffy from the local pound....I had to get him desexed, vaccinated and microchipped after that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Trooper View Post
    Ok im going to get flamed for this but backyard breeders are my preferred source of dogs. If you can view the parents you have a very good idea of what your getting. No puppy mills as with pet shops. Reasonable price. And I would go to a breeder but I have no desire for a pure bred dog. Crossbred dogs mostly appear to benefit from 'hybrid vigour' and tend to not suffer from the health issues some purebred dogs develop.

    To answer the OP ive paid from 0-500

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    I'm the same super trooper. And also what happens if they don't get purchased what happens

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    We bred aussie bulldogs our first girl we paid $1000 for (8 years ago) our male we got at 2 he was $600 my other male we paid $1500 for and he died from a snake bite a fee days ago at 2 and a half, wr have a white staffy we got iff a friend with two purebred staffys. I knew the dads background, we got her for $750

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    I'm looking at buying a Cane Corso ( Italian mastiffs) next year, but they are $5000 as there are only a handful of breeders in Australia and the puppies are in huge demand - they want a $1000 holding deposit before puppies are born! DH not so keen on spending so much but I just love the breed!

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    Newfoundland - give away. Best dog I have ever had he is amazing!

    German Shepherd - $200. She was kept in a cement tiny backyard by herself. We couldnt leave her there. She has issues but has come so far! She is so trainable!

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