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Is Your Pet Turning Up Their Nose At Your Choice Of Pet Foods?
Have You Changed Your Pet Menu Recently?
Just like humans, dogs and cats, and other pets like a change in their diet. Sometimes it’s so easy just to repeat order your pet foods online or pick up the same brand special offers at the supermarket in bulk without really thinking that your pet may like a change.
Your pet may be aging, and now need a senior dog or cat tailored diet to aid their needs, or a developing sensitive stomach. Whatever the needs, the UK’s premium pet food ranges have so improved over recent years with many different choices now available, it can also be baffling to choose what’s right for your pet, particularly if you are a first-time dog and cat owner.
A huge growing industry with small artisan and large pet food manufacturer’s all wanting your attention, offering discounts and sometimes free samples of their ranges, tasters to entice you to buy.
The pet food industry in the UK is worth a massive 2.9 billion pounds (Pet Food Industry 2020) and rapidly growing with more pets being bought than ever, and you are likely to be paying hundreds of pounds each year in your pet food costs, let alone the growing trend towards providing your pet treats.
During the recent pandemic, pet subscription box services have become increasingly popular with all kinds of offers, and goods being delivered to your door each month. Whether it’s your dog’s monthly flea and routine treatment services, cat treats, or even rabbit toys and generally without any obligation, being easy to cancel the subscription.
Some owners are turning to vegetarian and vegan diets for their pets. Before you make the changeover, try your pet for just a day a week on your chosen foods, which should not provide harmful effects, however, for completely changing diets, it’s wise to talk to a veterinarian, either online or your local surgery before making such a change.
As inflation hits global markets, you may be trying to seek cheaper brands without compromising the quality and taste of foods purchased for your pet. If you want more information about pet foods before you invest in a new month’s trial pack, ask for samples. Companies are delighted to send you different ranges of foods.
The wet pet food segment dominates the pet food market in the UK and where currently, as stated by the Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association, 51% of dogs, 44% of cats, and 29% of small mammals in the country are obese. As a result, pet food manufacturers are now focusing on producing low-calorie or low-fat pet food to reduce the risk.
Selected Best Deals
We’ve checked out some of the UK’s premium and artisan pet food suppliers that are currently offering special deals for a large range of different dog and cat meals, for you to enjoy as a new, first-time buyer for your pet to try.
|Tails.com offers 50% off their entire range as a new customer, tailored dry and wet foods and treats sending millions of meals to happy dogs a month.|
|Edgar and Cooper offer a supply of their healthy tasty dog foods for just £8.00 and a £12.00 deal for cats.|
|Husse Swedish healthy dog cat and horse food offering dry and wet foods and treats. Try a pack for just a small postage and packing charge £4.99.|
|Platinum Try a sample of their premium dry dog foods sent to you free of charge. Choose between 4 delicious flavours.|
|Fish 4 Dogs Sample packs available of fish meals for just £2 with free postage and packing.|
|Bounce and Bella Choose up to 5 sample packs from their range of dog foods. Post and packing charge applied.|
|Kasper & Kitty Tailor made food for your pet with a 2-week free trial!|
|Barking Heads Find out what makes Barking Heads so popular with £20.00 or less starter bundle for dogs with free delivery thrown in worth £4.99!|
|AATU The premium high meat content dog food supplier with an introduction starter pack offer at TRYME just £25.00 with FREE delivery.|
|Happy Dog Dog food ranges include gluten-free, sensitive diet, low fat, and lots more plus regular premium dog foods available. Order a free trial pack and pay just £2.99 towards postage and packing cost. Current offer you get a kilogram of dog food worth up to £7.99|
|Skinner Field & Trial offer 2 trial packs per dog costing £1 with FREE delivery of their puppy, active, and senior dog foods, established for more than 40 years of manufacturing quality dog food.|
|Duncans Dog Co Try before you buy by ordering a sample pack of raw food at just £4.00 plus free postage and packing.|
|Heights Farm pet foods offer a taster-free bag of 100% wholesome natural ingredients for your dog to try with just a £1.99 post and packing charge applied refunded on your first order if they give the thumbs up.|
|And not to forget the Buster Box subscription service offering free gifts on joining and/or a one-month free trial of their dog treats and toy box delivered to your home.|
TIPS To Find The Pet Food Best Give-away Deals
- ‘Free’ and ‘Huge Reduction’ Best Offers will keep changing so pick a handful of suppliers you would like to try and keep their websites in your ‘favourites’ and check back frequently for offers.
- Sign up for pet food suppliers’ newsletters as these will provide you with offers from time to time. You may also receive 10% plus, off your first order, by doing this.
- Look for new customer offers. They often appear in drop-down boxes on screen after a few seconds on their websites, sometimes with a special code to use at checkout. Most firms are applying a 10% or more welcome offer for first-time customers.
- Pet food companies are clambering for your continued business and those who offer subscription-based boxes will provide hefty discounts for first purchases and continuing periodically. For example, as we write the luxury dog and cat supplier AATU is offering half-price subscription bags – a general saving of more than £20.00 per 5KG, which lets your pet try these scrumptious foods at remarkable advantageous prices.
- Most large manufacturers of pet foods supply direct to the large supermarkets, often the cheaper brands, not providing customer shopping from their informative websites. Medium size pet food businesses offer sales from their websites, such as Barking Head, Tails, AATTU, Hi Life, and small artisan-type manufacturers are particularly reliant on social media and their websites, all wanting your valued business.
- Store groups like Jolyes with both high street and large online store can offer a substantial range for your to peruse. They, too, have an ‘offers’ special discount page continually changing on food and treats.
- Olio the free food sharing app, is a great free offers community site and sometimes may have suitable free pet foods for your to pick up from your local community. Keep your eyes peeled, just as Gumtree may, and some smaller local community sites.
- If your pet really doesn’t like your new choice of foods and you’ve bought numerous tins or sachets, then advertise on Olio or Gumtree for free or swap with another pet owner.
- Check if there are any local pet food manufacturers near you. You may be surprised when you ‘google’ ‘pet food manufacturers near me’ as to what pops up. Contact them and ask if they would be willing to provide you with some free samples to trial, being a local person with a pet, where in return you can then favourably leave reviews on social media. Smaller companies are usually very obliging because they want to get their brands out to as many pet owners as possible.
- If you have a new puppy or kitten, you will find many pet companies offering free samples, because they want you to stay with them, buying from them, for the life of your pet. More pet owners are swapping brands than ever because there’s more choice available, but owners are also trying to save money.
- BUT there are many millions of customers who are delighted with their pet food, their pet is happy and healthy, and only buy the different varieties offered by the same company for the life of their pet.
Like all deals, they may sell out quickly. Bookmark the pet food company and return to their site another day.
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