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How to Save Money on Your Pet Supplies in 2015


Want to save £££’s on our pet supplies this year? If you need to buy pet supplies on a regular basis then don’t fret, there are plenty of ways you can save money. Being a savvy shopper will help you to get the best deals and get more for your money. Here are 10 ways you can save money on your pet supplies in 2015.


 

  • Order your pet supplies online

Online pet supplies websites are often able to give better deals than high street shops. They also have a wider range of products so you are more likely to find the products you want at very reasonable prices. With you can save up to 30 off the RRP.


 

  • Buy pet food in bulk

We often have lots of two for 1 and buy one get one free offers, so it definitely makes sense to buy pet food in bulk. Larger bags of pet food tend to be far better value than smaller ones.


 

  • Take advantage of free delivery

Have your pet supplies delivered to your door, for free. We offer free delivery on all orders over £19 (excluded bulk item marketed pet products).

Keep an eye out for deals of the week

Check the ‘deals of the week’ tab on the home page where you will find the best weekly deals on your favourite pet products.

Buy high quality collars and leads

If you buy more durable, high quality and pet accessories then they are more likely to last longer. If you buy cheaper products you may need to replace them sooner.

Look out for special offers

We constantly have special offers across our website on all our different pet supplies. When shopping, look out for the special offers and discounts for buying in bulk.


 

  • Buy health products online rather than the vets

Vets often charge a premium for pet products. It’s better to get some pet health products and medicines online rather than at the vets. However, there will obviously be some medicines that only your vet can prescribe. Take a look at our and .


 

  • Measure food portions

A lot of pet owners simply guess how much they feed their pets. This means they could be over or under feeding their animals. If you don’t measure pet food you could be feeding your pet too much which means not only will they put on weight but they will run out of their food quicker. Make sure you read the manufacturer's guidelines when it comes to portions.


 

  • Sign up to email alerts

Sign up to our email newsletter so you are always aware of the latest deals and exciting new products for your pets.


 

  • Follow us on Facebook

We often announce competitions, special offers and new products on our . Click here to like us on Facebook and get the latest deals.

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