Pitbulls have a bad enough reputation so don't risk going to "puppy mills" online and if you can't afford to go to a reputable breeder and know the personality of the parents of the puppies then don't get the Pitbull until you can afford it. Added info: Try PBRC.net for a list of rescues in Arizona where you could save a life within your price range. If you would like to adopt a pitbull go to this website www.pbrc.net NEW ANSWER You can also visit this website www.spindletoppitbullrefuge.org
You should know that Toronto has a pitbull ban. Owing a pitbull there could give you some troubles.
First of all do NOT buy a pitbull (s) from anyone or any place that has pitbulls. Just simply adopt one.I adopted mine at Abandoned Pet Rescue (No kill shelter) but you can ADOPT one anywhere, Please adopt a pitbull if you want to save a life. =)
You buy one from a reputable breeder or adopt one from a shelter.
Most dogs are sold at around 500-900 dollars, so that's probably how much your could buy the pitbull for. Castrating a male usually costs about 200 dollars, so the amount will probably be more than 1,000 dollars. You can also go to sites like Petfinder.com and adopt a pitbull, although he might be to aggressive for you. Also, if you are not already an expierienced dog handler, you might want to sign your new dog up for obeidience class. Pitbulls can too easily go wrong and turn aggressive even to you.
You cant adopt it because when try to adopt something from Texas its illegal unless you wanna pay 2,000,000,000 dollars
You can but you have to pay from anywhere between 30 to 100 dollars to adopt one online. And watch it and track it
100000 dollars dot including the room decs. No, so not true! Its does NOT cost 100,000 dollars to adopt! It can cost as little as 5,000 dollars! Adopting a child will cost 5,000 to 30,000 dollars (doesn't include the basics such as feeding them, giving them water, clothes, etc.) If you want to adopt a child who is currently in a different country, then it will cost a couple thousand dollars more. Adopting is a great idea! I suggest a fundraiser to help get the money!
One of the best way to find a pitbull is to adopt one at your local dog shelter. There are a lot of pits in need of a loving home.
A Pit bull would cost around $50 to more than $1000. In case you decide to adopt one, I just found out recently that there are lots of them waiting for a new home. Here's the site, http://dogtime.com/shelters
If you want to adopt then 17 dollars but a new one would be between 30 or 40 dollars
The cost to adopt a cat from a shelter varies, but it usually not more than 50 dollars. Litter boxes with lids cost around 30 dollars, kitty litter costs around 8 dollars, and kitty found costs vary depending upon how much a person buys. Overall, the cost of upkeep for a cat is not very substantial.
If someone is looking for free blue pitbull puppies, they should check their local paper. You can also check the online classifieds ads. If you adopt a puppy there is a fee. but the money goes to the shelter to cover the cost of your puppies vaccinations.
Zero dollars you adopt a pet play with it for free
go to their website smarty
About 55-75 dollars.
from any where to a $100 to $200 dollars.
You simply go to the adoption center, with your foo dollars, you can get as many pets depending on how much foo dollars you have and your Karma Level.
According to my calculations, it would cost about 1.9 billion dollars.
They can, but it will end up in court and could go as high as the supreme courts.
Not as much as it cost to adopt a dog.It will depend on what type of kitten. There are some pretty expensive cats out there.An average kitten will cost about 15-30 dollars.
The product stratefy that WOI adopt was that build an organization around what satisfies the customers needs and wants.
it depends if you adopt it or buy it i bought a mini schnauzer and it cost 700 dollars
It cost around 200 and high Usually you pay a fee for the shots, spaying or neutering, and the animal is yours. This can vary from 25 dollars up to about 250, depending on the society.
around the 20's to 30's