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People ‘more likely to buy a puppy than new shoes on impulse’

Many people spend more time choosing a pair of shoes or their weekly supermarket shop than they do a puppy and with devastating consequences, according to new research from the Kennel Club.

Almost a quarter (23 percent) of people will spend five minutes or less researching where to buy a puppy, but a similar percentage (22 percent) will invest half an hour or more when choosing a new pair of shoes.

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