Not many Boxer breeders finance. Why limit yourself? Let PuppyLending.com help you get a cash loan offer for puppy financing. Shop any breeder you wish. How much do you expect to need?
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Financing A Boxer
You might be surprised at just how easy it is to get Boxer financing. Get your quote online and get an offer. If you like that offer, you get your money and can start shopping for your new dog.
Purchasing Your Pet
The great thing about getting a loan online for your new Boxer puppy is that your lender would send you the money in cash. If approved and you like your offer, accept it and money will be sent directly to your bank account. This can happen as soon as the next business day.
Once you have your cash, you can work directly with any breeder that you like. This gives you freedom to both shop anywhere and to avoid pet stores. Traditionally, if you wanted financing for a dog, the pet shop was your only choice. This is not the case anymore and now you can avoid the pet store with their sub standard pets and high prices.
Getting An Offer
If you have decided that an online puppy loan is for you, it is very easy to get an offer. Here is how everything works.
First, you need to fill in the quote form located above. With just some very basic information, you can get an offer. Enter your contact information, information about your income and banking information. The form is secure to protect your info.
Once you have completed the form, check out the TOS or terms of service and, if you agree, submit your form. It will then be sent to a network of lenders and if approved, you will receive a loan offer from one of them. Upon receiving an approved offer, you will be directed to the lender website to review it.
Once at the lender website, you will be given the opportunity to review all of the details of the loan. be sure to take the time to make sure that the deal is agreeable to you. If you like the offer, accept it and get your money as soon as the next business day. If you do not like the offer, simply turn i down and that is it.
Reviewing Your Loan Offer
We can not help you decide whether to accept an offer. In fact, because we are not a lender, we can not tell you what your offer will be or whether you will even be approved. You must thoroughly review any puppy financing offer you read before you accept it.
It is up to you to look at your offer and decide if the cost is worth the benefit, in this case a Boxer puppy. A puppy is obviously not a necessity and if the interest and/or fees are too high, you should probably turn it down.
When considering an offer you should look at all the details including the APR, total cost of the loan and the actual payment.
The APR or Annual Percentage Rate is the effective interest rate of the loan when you take into account all fees, charges and costs. It is a number that allows you to compare like loans effectively. A loan, for example, might have a low interest rate but a high APR because of loan fees.
The total cost of the loan or cost of the financing will be the amount that you pay by the time you have finished with the loan. If the total cost of the loan is much higher than the original amount borrowed, that is a problem. Borrowing 2000 dollars and paying back 4000 is an example of an excessive loan cost.
Finally, although there are more details to examine, you should look at the actual payment. Is it reasonable and can you afford to pay it when it is due. If you have a budget, insert the payment into it and make sure that there is money to spare.
Other Boxer Puppy Expenses
When considering a boxer puppy, a Frenchie puppy or any dog for that matter, you need to consider all of the extra little expenses that are going to come your way. The purchase price of the pet is just the beginning. Here are some other costs to consider.
High on the list of new expenses will be vet care. Your new puppy will need several rounds of shots, as well as regular check ups. Regular vet screenings are important to any pet but they are particularly important to a developing puppy.
In addition to the checkups and shots, you also have flea and tick medications, heart worm preventative and eventually a spaying or neutering. Expect to spend at least 800 to 1000 dollars in the first year for vet care.
High quality food is not cheap and don’t even think about skimping with cheap food. Cheap food has less nutrients and much more filler. Your dog would have to eat more of it just to get the nutrition that they need.
You have a home already, hopefully at least, but that does not mean that you won’t have shelter expenses. If you live in a rental, you may have deposits and even monthly pet rent to pay. Also, when you travel you will need to pay for boarding or dog walkers.
Between deposits and boarding, you could end up spending hundreds of extra dollars in a typical year.