MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Money can’t buy you love, but it can buy a lot of treats for your pet.

A new survey finds people are willing to spend more on their furry friends than they would on themselves.

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Of those surveyed, 90% of people said they’d spend a hundred bucks a month on their dogs.

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Also, the survey from Restora-Pet found men were more likely than women to have a party for their pup.

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But more than half of those surveyed said they’d spend “whatever it takes” to keep their pet happy and healthy.