•February 18th: President’s Day Sale - Buy one, Get one free clearance sale
•March 15th & 16th: “Luck Of The Irish” Sale: Receive a 10% -50% off coupon drawing with every purchase (furniture and pet carriers are excluded)
•March 22nd - 23rd: Easter Sale - 50% off Easter merchandise
•Spring Special Sale: Buy One, Get One Free women’s shoes and purses
•May 11th: Mother’s Day Sale - Mothers get 50% off clothing, purses, shoes, purses & jewelry and free flowers
•May 24th-25th: Pre-Memorial Day Sale
•June 14-15th: Father’s Day Sale - Fathers get 50% off tools, men’s clothing and shoes
•July 1st- 6th: Sizzling Summer Sale - 50% off summer clothes all week!
•August 5th-9th: Back To School Sale - 50% off slacks and jeans
•September 3rd- 7th: Summer Clearance - 50% off
•October 18th-19th: “Spooky Sale” - 50% off Halloween items
•November 20th-23rd: 50% off Thanksgiving items
•November 29th: Black Friday Sale - 50% off storewide sale
•December 2nd-22nd: 50% off extended Christmas Sale
•December 13th: Photo with Santa Paws (complimentary dog biscuits, apple cider, cookies and candy canes - $5.00 donation)
|How to Interpret the Dog Food Comparison Chart|
General - This table helps you compare kibble ingredients. List the first 9 ingredients from the bag you're using or considering. Indicate unhealthy ingredients with red, healthy ingredients with green, and filler ingredients with blue.
Compare - See how your kibble compares. Avoid all kibble containing unhealthy ingredients. You're left with ones containing mostly healthy ingredients and filler ingredients. Now, minimize duplicate filler ingredients-especially wheat, corn, and soy.
Wisdom - Now that you know what to avoid, you can make wise food choices for your dog. You'll soon notice that the kibbles most widely advertised or sold by many veterinarians are not the best choices for your canine companion. Look to the Whole Dog Journal (see references) for their annual kibble rating.
Healthy Meat Ingredients (organic is better)
Unhealthy Ingredients (just plain unhealthy)
Filler Ingredients (cheap, readily available, takes up space, poor nutrition source)
References: To Learn More
Dog Food Cost
However, a $40 bag of premium kibble will typically be fed at considerably less than $1.00 per day. If that seems excessive, think about how much you spend a day for cable TV ($1.45), designer coffee ($2), etc. Please put the nutritional health of your canine companion in perspective.
Who Makes What?
Nestlé - Purina products: Alpo, Beneful, Dog Chow, Kibbles and Chunks, HiPro, Mighty Dog, Pro Plan, Puppy Chow, Purina One
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