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Pet Smart: Free Greenies

on 12.16.2009 at 3:04pm
12 Comments

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PetSmart has their Pet Perks reward card online now.  Log in and you will get access online coupons and deals (that you can also use in the store).

Your first deal: Get a coupon for a free Greenie for your dog just for signing up!  You can also send this coupon to friends in the form of a “Christmas Card”.

(Thanks Grace!)

    • Rebekah

      These look to be manufacturer’s Qs as well. Does that mean Publix will take them or other grocers?

    • Renee

      I already had a petperks card and just registered it online, but it didn’t give me any coupons. I’m really looking forward to saving in the long run, though. Thank you!

    • monica

      I just signed up too and don’t see anything about free Greenies??? I found a page of coupons, but that was not included. Thanks again Jenny for all that you do!

    • Dawn

      I just registered my PetPerks card online and didnt’ get a Greenie coupon. Does it not work for existing PetPerks members? I wasn’t registered online before, but have had the card for a few months. I did download what looks like a pdf page of coupons, but nothing for a Greenie.

    • amy

      Hi.. I just registered and have not had a petperk card before. This is my first time. I looked and I saw no free coupon for anything. Did see other coupons but none that said free greenies. Am I doing something wrong or what? After I registered .. it told me I would receive my welcome petperks card in the mail within 2-3 weeks i think.

    • Amy B.

      I don’t see any coupon for free Greenies either, but I also don’t have a dog :)

    • Amy B.
    • Penny

      Please be careful giving these to ur pets. I know a while back they were having problems with these getting stuck in dogs intestants. Here is what i found

      One of the dangers of Greenies is that some dogs gulp down whole Greenies or pieces of Greenies and choke to death or the Greenie fails to be digested further down in the digestive tract. However, even dogs that chew Greenies properly have been killed by them (see the story of Burt below). It appears that Greenies do not always break down in the stomach or intestines like other foods do. One website owner reports of doing a digestion test by agitating Greenies with vinegar and finding that they did not break down, even after many hours. While this is not a scientific test, it matches the results found in some dogs that have been harmed by Greenies. The Whole Cat & Dogs, too! store in Denver reports that Dr. Kris Ahlberg, DVM (who works there on Thursdays), removed a whole Greenie from a dog’s stomach.

    • Penny

      Please be careful giving these to ur pets. I know a while back they were having problems with these getting stuck in dogs intestants. Here is what i found. Just want all pet lovers to be aware. They may be great now just wanted to let everyone know

      One of the dangers of Greenies is that some dogs gulp down whole Greenies or pieces of Greenies and choke to death or the Greenie fails to be digested further down in the digestive tract. However, even dogs that chew Greenies properly have been killed by them (see the story of Burt below). It appears that Greenies do not always break down in the stomach or intestines like other foods do. One website owner reports of doing a digestion test by agitating Greenies with vinegar and finding that they did not break down, even after many hours. While this is not a scientific test, it matches the results found in some dogs that have been harmed by Greenies. The Whole Cat & Dogs, too! store in Denver reports that Dr. Kris Ahlberg, DVM (who works there on Thursdays), removed a whole Greenie from a dog’s stomach.

      • Kate

        I was just about to comment with the same thing!

        • Heather

          This was a while back & they are made of different things now. Also make sure that you use the correct size for your pet.

    • Penny

      Sorry did not mean to repeat myself