Top Money Saving Pet Sites
Check out these online finds for spoiling your pets, without breaking the bank.
Kristina Lotz |
Posted: Jan 7, 2014, 9 a.m. PST
Most of us ring in the New Year with a resolution or two, and at least one of those is about saving money (I know mine is.) At the same time, we all want to spoil our fur kids as much as we can. My life saver has been scouting out places that allow me to spoil my pets, without going broke.
Here are my top finds:
Doggy Loot This website works a lot like Amazon Local. Each day, you will receive emails with daily deals. I recently bought a couple of puzzle toys for my puppy at over 50% off retail and free shipping. As far as I have seen, all edible items are made in the U.S.A, so you know they are safe. I also liked that you can set what size dog(s) you have, so you don’t get emails for products that aren’t relevant. Doggy Loot has a lot of products I have not seen in my local stores, which is always fun to see. Visit DoggyLoot>>
Coupaw There are three ways to save on this great site. You can buy items directly from them, redeem in-store deals at local retailers, or buy vouchers to use on other websites. If you buy on their site, they offer free shipping. Like Doggy Loot, you can earn credits for referring friends to shop here as well. They also seem to have mostly U.S.A made treats and they have items for not only your canine kids, but your feline friends, and gifts for pet lovers as well. Visit Coupaw>>
LeLe Pets Though the website is a bit difficult to understand (some links that are listed under sale items go to blog posts instead), the site does host some neat pet lover designer gifts for up to 70% off retail. This site is great if you are looking for gifts for the dog lovers in your life – or if you are doing a home makeover in the New Year. Like most discount sites, the sales change every couple days, so if you see something you like, buy it then. They also have a referral program. Visit LeLe Pets>>
One thing to note is that many of these sites do require you to enter in personal information that can be shared with vendors. I find the savings is worth the extra emails, but it's something to be aware of.
My other "go-to” places for pet products are the discount magazines Pet Edge, Ryan’s Pet Supply, and Drs. Foster and Smith. All of these catalogs offer discounts on products you use every day. You can sign up to receive their free printed versions, or shop online. One thing to note, is these Each magazine offers slightly different items with free shipping available for orders over a certain amount. In most cases, the more you buy the more you save. I find these sites are best for buying things like shampoo and conditioner, where buying in bulk is fine because the product doesn’t get old. Do not throw your money away and buy a hundred treats if your Chihuahua only gets one a week; most of the treats will go bad before you can use them.
Here’s to a Pawsperous New Year!Happy tails to you!
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