[MUSIC] Coinage, life well spent. Presented by Geico. Thinking of adopting a new furry friend. Here are some costs to keep in mind before giving a pet a forever home. Almost every shelter will charge an adoption fee. Kittens or puppies generally have a higher cost than older dogs or cats. Once you find a pet that's right for you, expect to pay between $25 and $300 per adoption, some shelters do hold sales where you can find a four legged friend at a reduced cost. Before you pay the adoption fee, be sure to discuss what medical care is covered in the price. Typically, the cost includes the animal being spayed or neutered, a check up, vaccinations, testing, parasite control, and sometimes microchipping Paying out of pocket for your pet to be fixed will cost on average $200. Depending on how the animal arrived at the shelter, they may have minor health or grooming issues. You may have to pay an additional fee to have your new pet bathe, teeth clean, and nails clipped. On average, owners can expect to pay anywhere from 30- $90 depending on the size and type of fur. That the dog you adopted has some obedience issues, you may want to consider training. The American [UNKNOWN] Club reports that customers should expect to pay $340 for the initial training and suppliers. For ongoing training throughout the year, dog owners will pay around $250. [MUSIC] Coinage, Life, well spent. Presented by Geico.