We know just about everyone seems to get credit card offers, but these stories take it to a whole new level. Here's what you should do if your pet -- or child -- gets an offer.
Found a new rental? You'll probably have to pay a bit more for Fido or Buttons. How much depends on your pet ... and your new landlord.
Keeping fleas off your pet and out of your home and yard doesn't require expensive chemicals.
What happens when your pet needs surgery or suffers another ailment that will cost thousands to treat? Many factors go into the decision of what to spend.
The CVS pharmacy chain offers a handful of free tests -- no appointment needed. Also: Free movies, paint, cat food and a warehouse club trial membership.
A nonprofit group funds 'pet food stamps' for lower-income animal owners. Other options exist, too.
If we so choose, we can spend fantastic amounts of money to acquire and display our canine friends.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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