Dog And Cat Food Savings For You

April 15, 2009 at 11:26 PM Leave a comment

It is said that it’s really great to know people because sometimes those people can get you some great opportunities. Well, I can’t offer a lot but I can offer something for you pet owners that have dogs and cats. DogChannel and CatChannel have partnered up with Petco to bring pet owners these special savings for purchases at Petco. In today’s economic hard times I’ve found that every little bit helps. So I’ve definitely passed these links on to my family and friends. I hope that some of you might be able to take advantage of these special offers. Click below and print out the sheets before your next shopping trip to Petco.

Cat Food Coupons Here

Dog Food Coupons Here

Inside the AnimalNetwork Community – Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Barkin’ Back from DogChannel
The DogChannel is Obama Puppy Central. Be sure to check in all this week for more news about the “first dog.” Today DogChannel has video footage of Bo and the Obama Family playing out on the lawn late Tuesday afternoon.

California lawmakers are working to help alleviate costs of dealing with abandoned cats and dogs with the introduction of California Assembly Bill 233. This new legislation, set to be heard before the California Assembly Revenue and Tax Committee on Monday, April 20, would allow individuals and families to deduct the cost of adopting pets from local government facilities and charitable organizations.

The Cat’s Meow from CatChannel
If you have two cats like I do then you probably have a layer of cat fur on anything and everything that your cats touch. Well, you’re in luck (we’re in luck because I could use the tips too)! CatChannel expert Jeanne Adlon answers the question, “My home and clothes have cat hair everywhere. What can I do?”

Make sure to congratulate the CatChannel Cat Trick Video Contest winner! Maya, a domestic shorthair from Texas, jumps through hoops to win this latest CatChannel contest.

From the Flock at BirdChannel
Melissa Kauffman, the editorial director of Bird Talk magazine and BirdChannel, shows you two easy set ups for bird-themed container plants.

And if you have a new cockatiel or you bird enjoys hissing and lunging at you when you try to take it out of the cage, then you should definitely check out BirdChannel’s latest webisode of “How-To with Bird Talk magazine.” This latest webisode gives tips on how to tame a cockatiel that isn’t too friendly.

In the Herp World at ReptileChannel
If you’re looking for some ideas on how to set up your vivarium, or to give it a good make over, you should check out this post on the ReptileChannel Forum. Members posted photos of how they’ve set up plants and other accessories in their reptiles’ homes.

Reptiles magazine editor Russ Case shares some of the herps he encountered while exploring Kauai, one of the Hawaiian islands, last summer. If you’re looking to see some scenery and be jealous of the paradise you can also check out the slideshow of his vacation pictures at the end of the entry.

Out At Sea from FishChannel
Jeremy Gosnell, a FishChannel Fish Expert, shares his opinion on how The Nonnative Wildlife Invasion Prevention Act (H.R. 669) could potentially affect aquarists if the legislation is passed.

Although we all know that some bacteria are harmful, there are also some bacteria that are good and essential to our well-being. Mike Wickham, FishChannel Fish Expert, discusses how to protect helpful bacteria in an aquarium.

Critter Chatter from SmallAnimalChannel
Small critters are cute and really great pets to own, but the drawback is that they do have shorter life spans than your average cat, dog or parrot. Catya, SmallAnimalChannel blogger, talks about how she cares for her older hamsters in her latest entry, “Aging Hamsters.”

Dogs aren’t the only animals that can compete in agility-type competitions. Rabbits can also be trained to compete. AASE Bjerner shares some rabbit training basics in the article “Competitive Rabbit Hopping In Denmark” on SmallAnimalChannel.

At The Stable from HorseChannel
Are you in the know on celebrities that love horses as much as you do? Check out just how much you know in this HorseChannel quiz that takes celebrities out of the spotlight and into the saddle. If you are a Club Horse member make sure that you login before you take the quiz.

NARHA, formally known as the North American Riding for the Handicapped Association, is celebrating its 40th year of assisting individuals with special needs with activities including therapeutic riding, hippotherapy, equine facilitated psychotherapy, equine facilitated learning, driving, interactive vaulting and competition.

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