Archive for October, 2013
How many dogs do you have? How big are your dogs? And how much do you feed your dogs? All of this can affect how much you pay for dog food in a month. But you cannot change any of this, so it seems like you are stuck paying what you pay for dog food, right? Not at all! How often do you use free dog food coupons to save some money feeding all of those hungry canine mouths? Maybe that is why you are spending so much!
- Do I Need Dog Food Coupons?
No, you do not officially need any dog food coupons in order to buy dog food. But why would you ever pay for a bag of dog food without using a coupon? In the economy today, we all need to save as much money as possible, at all times. If y
When is the last time you found a Science Diet dog food coupon? Or any dog food coupon, for that matter? You just may not know where to look. There is always at least one brand of dog food coupon floating around out there, if not three or more. You just need to know where to look, and be resourceful when it comes to your dog food coupons. They are out there, just waiting for you to save.
For something like a Science Diet dog food coupon, or any of the standard, common brand names, the first step should always be in the Sunday newspaper. When you are clipping coupons for Pop Tarts and Tater Tots, do not forget to clip any and all dog food coupons that you find as well.
If you happen to run out before the next coupons are printed, you can always go online. Each
You care about your dog’s health and nutrition probably more than anyone, including your dog (face it, they’d eat horribly unhealthy yet delicious things if you weren’t there). But it may surprise you to know that large dog food companies, like Purina and Pedigree, actually care about the health of your dog too, and not just about making a profit.
A quick glance at the variety of dog food coupons Purina and Pedigree offer on their websites is pretty strong evidence that they want your business, but the surprising number of free dog food samples large companies are willing to send is evidence of their confidence that their product is one that not only your dog will like, but that you will approve of as well.
In the United States alone, according to The Humane Society, people own more than 78 million dogs. Because of their uncompromising loyalty and companionship, many dogs become a beloved member of their family. However, many owners, before actually bringing a dog into their home, do not quite understand all of the expenses that come with pet ownership. The average dog owner could expect to spend anywhere between $700 and $3,000 on their animal in a given year, depending on the dog and their special needs. A major contributor to that cost is food, which owners could expect to spend between $250 and $700 on. Because of that, many dog owners will want to find deals, including Innova dog food coupons, that help them cut costs.
Just like people, every dog is unique, and no two will have the same exact dietary requi
Given the choice between a healthy portion of dog food and an unattended hamburger, a dog will always go for… well, probably both. Dogs love to eat, and if it’s within reach and smells good, chances are it will disappear quickly. And until a dog is so full that it can’t walk straight, it will probably keep eating.
All dogs are descended from wolves, and wolves are animals that hunt in packs. However, the pack doesn’t make a kill every single day. In fact, some packs will spend several days simply tracking prey, and even a few more days harassing the prey into a frenzied state, before they sense the perfect opportunity to move in. When a pack of wolves does finally bring down its pre
Dogs eat pretty well, when you think about it. Their food is all scientifically balanced and nutritionally fortified and optimized for canine health. The truth is, dogs don’t need table scraps. They just want them. It’s up to you, their owner, to make sure they eat what’s best for them. But when it comes to people food, denying your dog’s indulgence can do more than just keep them healthy—it can also keep them alive. Here are some foods you should never, ever feed your dogs.
- Fat and Bones. What? You should never give a dog a bone? It’s true. Unlike rawhide strips or sticks, bones can form dangerous splinters when bitten and cracked, and those splinters can cause internal bleeding or choking. And the fat from that ribeye you just devoured is dangerous as well. Left
If you love your dog, and what dog owner is not absolutely fanatic about their pet, then you probably spend more on their dog food each month than you do on an entire week worth of groceries. You can admit it, it is okay. I do it, too. But did you know that you do not have to always pay full price for premium dog food? Here is how you can save a little money on three brands.
4Health dog food is a popular choice because it comes in protein-rich varieties, and grain-free varieties, without using any artificial flavors, colors, or other controversial ingredients. If 4Health is the pet food of choice for your dog, then you can find 4Health dog food coupons as valuable as $5 off an 18 lb bag, from websites that specialize in providing online dog food coupons.