Purina Beyond pet food coupons ending soon

Posted on August 21st, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

Buy 8 Purina Beyond Wet cat Food and get 2 free
$2.00 off 1 bag of Purina Beyond dry Dog food
$1.00 off 2 Purina Beyond Meal for Dogs
Buy 2 Purina Beyond Wet Dog Food and get 1 free
$2.00 off 1 bag of Purina Beyond dry Cat food

New coupons for your pet and a Play-Doh coupon for the kids

Posted on June 23rd, 2015 by Coupon Cathy

$2.50 off 1 of Kibbles 'n Bits 35lb or larger
$1.00 off any one PLAY-DOH Mini Bucket toy
$2.00 off 2 Purina Busy Bone Chew Treat
$1.50 off two Purina Beggin' brand Dog Snack

Free Pouch of Fancy Feast Broths Wet Cat Food

Posted on March 18th, 2015 by Freebie Felicia

Cat Food Sample

Free Pouch of Fancy Feast Broths Wet Cat Food – Click “Try a Bowl” then fill out the form.

What to Consider Before Getting a Pet

Posted on March 2nd, 2015 by Discount Debbie


To get a pet or not get a pet? That is the question many parents want answered. There are surprises, cost, and responsibility. It’s a big decision for you and the pet. Here are a few things to consider when choosing a pet.


If you don’t know if you or a family member are allergic to a certain type of pet, it’s good to find out before you get one. No one wants to get a pet only to discover they need to find a new home for it. It could be cat saliva or dog hair. It could even be bird feathers. If you don’t check for allergies before getting a pet you will end up attached to a furry friend you need to find a home for. Add the fact other family members may be attached to the pet, you have a sad complicated situation.

Energy and Responsibility

A child may be able to handle feeding a lizard or snake once a week, but not walking a dog every day. If you plan on getting a dog and expect your child to walk it, consider the size of of the animal. Will you have a dog your child can walk, or a dog that will walk (or drag) your child? How much time can you or your child invest in play and training of a pet? There are many types of pets that require different levels of commitment. Choose the pet right for your family’s level.

Resource Consumption

Vet bills. Food costs. Pet deposits. Registration fees. All of these fall under the cost of a pet. People who could not afford to feed a Saint Bernard may be able to feed a a Toy Poodle. An apartment complex may require a pet fee for a cat or dog, but may not require one for a turtle or birds. Pure bred animals can often require more vet care than mixed breeds. Then there is the life span of an animal. A fish or bird may last only a few years, but a cat or dog could last twenty. Consider if you can pay for the proper level of care for that length of time.


Free Sample of Purina ONE BeyOnd Dog Food

Posted on March 21st, 2014 by Freebie Felicia

Go HERE, click on the second red dot (or wait for the slideshow to get you there), then click “Get a Sample.” Fill out the form and your sample will arrive via postal mail. You do NOT need a Sam’s Club membership number to sign up for this freebie! Just leave that box blank.

Free Sample of Minties Dog Treats

Posted on February 3rd, 2014 by Freebie Felicia

“LIKE” on Facebook and fill out the form to get a¬†Free Sample of Minties Dog Treats. This is a NEW offer, so if you’ve requested a sample in the past, you can request it again!

Petco Coupon: FREE Bag of Purina Pro Plan Dog or Cat Food

Posted on January 30th, 2014 by Freebie Felicia

Petco Coupon: FREE Bag of Purina Pro Plan Dog or Cat Food – Register as a FREE Petco Pals Member, Print coupon, and redeem in-store.

The Benefit of a Pet

Posted on January 27th, 2014 by Discount Debbie

Pets cost money. They need food, health care, and have grooming needs. They do, however, make up for the cost of their care just by being themselves.


A pet doesn’t just make good childhood memories. They are a friend in the dark when a night light just isn’t working. They are great playmates for only children or that child seeking a little quiet in a big family. They listen to secrets and share cuddles too.

Being honest, these aren’t just benefits that come to children. Adults who are living alone (or even with a family) benefit from having a pet. Blood pressure is lowered and petting them gives us that moment to breathe and find a little clarity during our busy days. They stave off depression and feelings of being alone. If the family has a dog, they even get the benefit of exercise.


Many animals have inspired books, movies, paintings and other forms of media/art. Even when they aren’t the subject they give us proper diversion to our creative stresses and lead us to a worthy subject. When I feel a block in my creative flow I spend some time with my pets. They seem to know what I need to see or do to get back on track.

Pest Control

Heaven forbid, but if we end up with a pest in our home (of the rodent or insect variety) the cats are the first to know and to act. We always find out by being gifted with a dead thing on our pillows or in the middle of the living room floor. It gives us a chance to act against our invasion before it becomes out of hand, and reminds us that our fuzzy friends like to pull their weight.


It’s sad, but true. I don’t relax on my own. I mean to, but get busy. Self care is not at the top of my priority list. So when I see my cat doing downward facing dog, I am reminded to do yoga. When I see them grooming I am reminded that’s not a bad idea for me either. On rare occasion I am even tempted into a much needed nap by the cat snoozing happily on the bed.

Do you have pets? How do they improve your life?



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