$1900/yr, for five currently very healthy dogs, who don't have a lot of toys
Oh, and $300-$500/year for boarding during our annual vacation.
okay, you just said you have 3 kids, then you say your dogs don't have a lot of toys - which is it? 3 kids seem like very expensive toys to me.
I think I spend about $1400 for food for 4 dogs (3 basenjis + 1 malinois; fed Evo and Canidae; this figure probably does not include muttloaf food)
toys - I have bunches of toys, other than a nylabone, I'm not buying any more toys. (I used to pick up Easter toys the week after Easter for 70% off. Lots of bunny toys, good for the hounds.) Well, maybe another food dispensing toy.
Vet care - no idea. my dogs have always been healthy, but I do have two dogs on thyroid meds and i have had some extra expenses like teeth pull/clean, etc. but ballpark, maybe $2000 for the 4 dogs.
Leashes, collars, entry fees, training, beds, and "others" (like the boys each got their own sheepskins last year) - I have no idea. And really, a dog needs food and they need vet care, but other items I view as luxuries at this point. Okay the dog needs a leash/collar, but they don't each need 4-5 leashes and collars. They don't have to have a rolled leather collar and a white pine collar/leash, but that's what I like. I could choose to buy something much cheaper. They need a crate, but once you have one, you're done and you can reuse it for the next dog. Same with beds. And they certainly don't have to be shown - that feeds my hobby.
Treats - I usually use human food. Meatballs, leftover chicken, some kibble thrown in, etc. Acutally, I buy Evo treats, but that's a luxury and I can get them at a bit of a discount.
Training - yes, most people need to train their dog, but you don't have to train your dog to upper level obedience/agility levels. And there are certainly enough training books/videos at my local library to make for a nice pet. Again, the money I spend on books/videos/seminars/magazines on agility training feeds my hobby.