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*Expired* Freebies 4 Pets

by Freebies4Mom on February 17, 2009 11:02 am

Two great new pet freebies/coupons I learned about from my readers this morning! Want a $20 voucher towards a visit to the vet? Holly told me that Bayer HealthCare and Advantage are giving away up to 1,000 vouchers every day in their “Help Your Pet, Get to the Vet” campaign. Ellen told me that Hill’s Science Diet has a great coupon for cat food: Culinary Creations Buy One Get One Free.

These free samples and coupons appear to still be available to request, new links are in bold:

Cesar Canine Cuisine
Culinary Creations for cats (buy one get one free coupon)
Greenies
Halo Pet Food $5 Coupon (Suzanne says use it for a free can or two!)
HEB Pet Birthday Club (Texas only)
Help Your Pet, Get to the Vet $20 Voucher
Hill’s Science Diet Nature’s Best
($3 cat or dog food coupon)
Hill’s Science Diet ($5 coupon & pet care kit after entering 3 UPCs)
Iams pet food couponsMeaty Bone (coupon for free dog biscuits with purchase)
Mighty Dog (coupon for free can up to 99 cents)
Purina Give A Bowl ($4 coupon plus $1 donation by Purina when coupon used)
Rachel Ray Nutrish
Tidy Cats ($1 cat litter coupon)

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{ 7 comments… read them below or add one }

SquishyCuteStuff February 21, 2009 at 8:54 am

I was able to get the $20 form to print a few days ago (and I will get to use it today at the vet!), but I got on today (2/21) to try to print one for my mom, and the website isn’t working… I wonder if it crashed??

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Anonymous February 17, 2009 at 3:17 pm

I would have to disagree with the post about the above to stay away from the dog food listed above. I have had my dog's on Science Diet since they were puppies they are now 7 & 8 years old. We have never had a problem with their health. And two different vets have told me that Science diet is one of the best.

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Danielle February 17, 2009 at 2:51 pm

I also wanted to mention that the $20 voucher prints using bricks just like a coupon so you need to have a printer and be ready to print when you get one.

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Danielle February 17, 2009 at 2:47 pm

I just got the Bayer $20 voucher. It took a couple of tries. I had the form all filled out and then hit send as soon as the new hour started.

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Kristy February 17, 2009 at 2:15 pm

I have been trying to get the Bayer $20 voucher every hour on the hour since I heard about it a couple of days ago with no luck. Is anyone getting this to work??

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Anonymous February 17, 2009 at 1:39 pm

I appreciate the comments the person wrote on this post and I investigated dog foods because of some problems my dog had. I found it very hard to judge what was good based on what I read. Anyway, Consumer Reports magazine had a great report on this in this months magazine. Years before people were interested in this my 1st dog ate Purina Dog Chow and lived to be 16 yr.

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Robin February 17, 2009 at 12:57 pm

First off I love your blog and I’ve used a lot of the deals you post about. Thanks!But I do want to comment that anyone that really wants to save money shouldn’t be feeding their pet any of the foods above. They are very low quality foods that are full of fillers and chemicals. Dogs and cats can’t absorb all of those grains/fillers and can develop health problems because of it (everything from allergies to obesity to cancer). It’s like feeding your kids Big Macs for every meal. They can survive on it but it isn’t good for their health. Those companies spend all of their money on advertisements instead of putting more meat in their food.Instead if you feed a high quality food your pet will have less health problems (save on vet bills) and because they absorb more nutrition from each cup of food you feed significantly less. So even though it costs more per bag for higher quality kibble it lasts longer and costs less per feeding. Plus feeding higher quality food significantly reduces shedding, improves their coat, and reduces the amount coming out their backside since they are a lot less fillers they can’t absorb. To find a high quality food visit http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com or http://www.petfoodratings.net. Anything between 4 to 6 stars is good.The difference switching to a high quality food made for our dog was amazing! I hope this helps some of your readers.

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