February 23, 2018

Saving Money with Pets

Jan 7, 2009
Pets are expensive! I’m rediscovering this after getting our new puppy last week. There’s food, treats, vet bills, medicine, grooming, the list goes on and on! So, now I’m having to put more effort into couponing to compensate for the added expense of having another mouth to feed.
One way to save money taking care of your pet is to use coupons of course! You can find coupons for most major pet food brands. Purina, Iams and some other pet food companies even occasionally offer free product coupons! In past newspaper inserts I have seen coupons for pet food, treats, cat litter, and Scotch Fur Fighters. Match those coupons up with sales and you can save a bundle!
You can also get coupons directly from the manufacturer! Most dog food brands have mailing lists you can sign up for to receive occasional coupons. If your pet food brand does not have one you might consider sending them a short email. You can see my success with this method here.

Sign up for special offers from Iams

Store loyalty programs can also save you money! Many stores have Pet Clubs where you can receive special coupons or discounts.

Petsmart Pet Perks

Here are some freebies and coupons for your pet:

Free Pet Rescue Sticker

This is Max! I got him for my daughter for her 3rd birthday last week. He is a sweet, soft, lazy little cutie and we are all completely in love with him!


Comments

  1. greenbean says:

    yay! pet info!

    I love couponing and I hope that’ll you’ll keep including pet food/supplies in your weekly posts.

    here’s a sale. i didn’t know where to post until now.

    @ Kroger clearance – Pedigree’s Jumbone. Packs of 6 for $4.99. Use with the $1.00 Q (blinkie). Only $3.99 for 6! Which is a huge savings. A pack of two could cost $2.99-3.99.

  2. Cute, cute puppy! Congrats!

    We have 4 cats and I would love to find more coupons for all of their needs. We’re a PetSmart Club member, but that’s about it so far. Hope to find some deals online. 🙂

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