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PetSmart Puppy Starter Kit







Hi Neighbors!

PetSmart sent us one of their Puppy Starter Kits for review.  It is filled with really great coupons!  The Puppy Starter Kit is $19.99 and there are vouchers for products and services worth over $130.  Not only that, but when you go to their site and register your new puppy, you will receive more than $100 of additional coupons.  First off there is a coupon for a free bag of specialty puppy food (up to $15).  This will be super useful!  Who doesn't need dog food to start out a new puppy.

Then your newest addition can experience a Puppy Bath, Brush and More at PetSmart (Puppy must be between 8 weeks and 5 months old).  Not only will you have a full puppy, you will have a clean one!  Next up is a Free 1-hour Puppy Orientation Seminar with an accredited trainer.

 Puppy Bath, Brush & More
Puppies up to five months old get a shampoo and massage; hand-brush; blow-dry; nail trimming; ear cleaning; loose hair removal and a bow or bandana.
What about a Session of Doggie Day Camp at a PetSmart PetsHotel?  (This is for new campers only.)  You actually receive 2 of these!  They will receive socialization and exercise, all in a safe environment.


Also included are 2 coupons for $10 off Advantage II and Advantix II, one each.  $3 off any Pawsitively Clean Bissell Stain and Odor Product, a free Kong Ziggies ($1.49), a Free Consultation with a Banfield Veterinarian, $10 off Microchip at Banfield Pet Hospital, and $5 on GNC Pets Puppy Vitamins.  And they include a puppy check list so you can make sure you have everything you need for a new puppy.



What is PetSmart Doggie Day Camp?
Doggie Day Camp is a place where you can bring your dog for hours of play and exercise with other dog friends who have all been screened for group play. Pets play in one of our fully supervised, climate-controlled playrooms and enjoy a healthier, happier day than being home alone.


When you decide to get a new puppy, there are many little things you need.  PetSmart is the perfect place to stop and stock up on supplies.  And while you are at it, be sure to grab one of their Puppy Starter Kits.  This will get you and your puppy off to a good start.  It is well worth the $19.99.  Now I do realize some people won't use all the coupons, but if you use the $15 Puppy Food, the Puppy Bath, and the Consultation with a Banfield Vet, you have definitely made a wise choice.  You can purchase the Puppy Starter Kit online with free shipping.

After signing up you are supposed to receive more coupons by email over the next year.  I have not had time to receive any yet.  I can't wait to see what else they send.  Perhaps I can do an update when they come in.

Are any of my neighbors planning on getting a new puppy soon?  One neighbor will receive a free Puppy Starter Kit from PetSmart.  Do remember that some of the coupons are based on age, so do not buy this expecting to use the coupons on an older dog.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive a PatSmart Puppy Starter Kit for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the PetSmart website.  All thoughts and opinions are entirely mine.



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Comments

Anne N. said…
food and water bowls
Danielle C said…
Puppy Kongs! Our puppy basset hound is driving me nuts with chewing!

theconners3@yahoo.com
debbie said…
puppy training pads.
roseopal said…
I'm all for puppy training pads
Unknown said…
kong puppy toys
Thanks for a great contest! janna johnson jannajanna@hotmail.com GFC: janna@feedyourpig
Miranda Ward said…
A crate!

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Aimee Fontenot said…
I would buy him a cute cuddly new bed.
Julie said…
A mat to put his food and water bowls.
Unknown said…
I am shopping for a puppy now so I would be a new bed
stracey2010 said…
i would get a collar
stracey2010@live.com
toughturtles said…
ToyShoppe Talking Fleece Dog Toys
Amy Orvin said…
puppy food
2dogs5catscrew@att.net
one of their beds
vmkids3 at msn dot com
bettycd said…
puppy vitamins!
Jennifer said…
I would buy puppy pads.

jennylovesjeff (at) hotmail (dot) com
Unknown said…
I would get the Pet Gear Travel Lite Single Door Soft Crates
martywayneharris@gmail.com
susansmoaks said…
i would buy food for our dog
susansmoaks at gmail dot com
Trevor C, said…
a cute collar so I can take it on walks with me
trevor_clinger@yahoo.com
I would need a puppy sized collar.
Shayna Ridings said…
Food! and water dishes!
Karen said…
LOTS of chew toys :)

ktgonyea at gmail.com
Kathy P said…
i like the Martha Stewart Pets™ Bone Quilt Mattress
Unknown said…
Puppy pads, food and water dishes, and a lesh
schueler.jessica@yahoo.com
MELINA said…
I would buy my puppy a dog bed at petsmart
Marisa said…
A collar and leash, and some toys to keep her busy!
madmegid(at) yahoo dot com

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