Good Deals on Dog Stuff

LilahRoot

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Oh lord, I shop at a lot of different places for different things. For bully sticks I always go to besbullysticks.com They aren't necessarily the cheapest, but they are good quality and don't seem stale. The dogs fall all over themselves for them.

For other things I shop at petedge and do a lot of etsy shopping too.

That is a good deal on bully sticks/
 

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That's a really good deal on bully's, but be very careful! I purchased some on ebay for a good deal like that and the smell was just UGH horrendous. So, in the end, I didn't get a good deal because I threw them all away. My nose is not very sensitive but they were just terrible. I guess you just get what you pay for sometimes in situations like those. I currently buy my bully sticks from a vendor on a Yorkie forum and they are totally odor-free and Jackson loves them (I pay around $33 for ten 12" bully sticks, and they are always real thick), also offers free shipping.

I always need training treats and Jackson likes Zuke's the best. I usually buy those on entirelypets.com since they often have deals on free shipping orders over $25, etc. So I'll just stock up and buy a few of the big bags and get the free shipping, since Zuke's are always on sale there and sometimes $2-$4 cheaper than in the store per bag.

eBay and Amazon are always great. I've bought collars, leashes, harnesses, etc on eBay all the time. :)
 

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Guys, as someone who lost a few $$ here and there on online dogs product, I can advise you to shop wisely at eBay, as there are many scams over there. there is one golden rule you need to maintain, and you'll be good: always buy from stores that has many reviews, and not new stores with fake 10 or 20 amazing reviews.
Happy shopping and woof woof!
 

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I like petguys.com and jefferspet.com

And...Amazon, because since I'm a student I get free shipping for a year :p
 

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I like petguys.com and jefferspet.com

And...Amazon, because since I'm a student I get free shipping for a year :p
Yeah I noticed that too, Free Amazon Prime for a year. It's not just 1 year of free shipping, it's 1 year of free 2 day shipping. Most of the time you can get Amazon free shipping if you spend over $25 with them but it's 5-7 day shipping.
All you need is your EDU email account to sign up. It made my day.

I'll have some new deal updates later, I've been busy!
 

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I'd be happy to find bully sticks for $1 a piece. Here the cheapest you can get them is $4.99 for a single 9" stick. Or $20 for a pack of six. :rolleyes:
 
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I actually don't give my dog chew sticks, since it tends to upset his already delicate stomach. But I do love shopping online for new unique dog items. I recently ran across a new site (well new for me) called the Fetchindog.com...here's a link to their site Dog Apparel and Dog Clothes | Elevated Diners | Fetchin' Dog. They have a good selection of usable functional dog items that you don't see at Petsmart or Petco....Plus they offer free shipping on almost 90% of the items the carry.
 

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Pet Supplies | Online Pet Supply Store | Discount Pet Supplies & Products | Pet Mountain

Pet Mountain is offering free shipping on $25 purchases today (with code "cyber"). Their Zuke's treats are significantly cheaper than I've found them at Petco--just $6 for 16 oz. Debating loading up on a few bags of them.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR POSTING THIS THEY HAVE DEXTER THE ELEPHANT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR HIM ALL DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

lol. I've wanted a pink elephant for soooo long...
 
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There is so many places to shop around on the net, I think the best way to get a better deal is by shopping around with different vendors and see which one has met your criteria, some of them offer better prices but their shipping is higher and viceversa.
 

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As I regulary buy something from Amazon.com they mail me weekly info about their good barging, so I repost 'em here

Dog habitats: Ortopedic Dog Bed (-49%), Dog Thermo Sleeper (-38%).
Dog health supplies: Comfort Zone DAP for Dogs (-70%), arthritis treatment Nutramax Cosequin DS (-66%), Tear-Stain Eliminator (-51%).
Dog toys: Xtreme Kong-Black (-58%).
I had to :rofl1: at this :spam: .
Can do research on proper dog food, but not about designer schnauzers? :rofl1:
 
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For small dogs... Passwird has this online:

The Paws has the 4-Pack Petites Plush Toys for Dogs for $3.99. Apply coupon code shipmefire for free shipping. Code can be used once per account. THEPAWS

After completing your order, you can refer a friend to the site. A $5 credit will be applied to your account after they complete their first purchase. Code kcefs can be applied towards your second order for free shipping.
PETITES 4 Pack - minis3 - Plush Toys - For Your Dog - by Think Dog - PETITES were designed for small
 
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Guys, as someone who lost a few $$ here and there on online dogs product, I can advise you to shop wisely at eBay, as there are many scams over there. there is one golden rule you need to maintain, and you'll be good: always buy from stores that has many reviews, and not new stores with fake 10 or 20 amazing reviews.
Happy shopping and woof woof!

YEAH I AGREE!! I am also a shopper of ebay for a long time:lol-sign: And all my dog stuff was brought from here!!
 

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For anyone who is in need of a crate, I looked at craigslist but could not find any for free, but low and behold, ebay seems to have the cheapest ones.

I have a large dog, but even I found a very large crate, 3 doors, starting at $1 with free shipping, :) New too.
 

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