A Guide to Pet Freebies
Owning a pet comes with lots of benefits. Not only do you get to show off your precious ball of fur to friends, family, and other pet owners — you get to spend time with your pet every day as well. However, it can also be expensive. From the cost of food to purchasing new toys and treats, the prices add up quickly. That’s why you need a guide to pet freebies.
Keep your eyes peeled for Wikibuy.com For instance, a surprising amount of commercial chains offer free pet treats, such as Starbucks’ Puppucino, or Dairy Queen’s Pup Cup. If you’re traveling, many hotels provide sweet incentives for your pet as well. Hyatt Hotels offers free gourmet treats, Westin hotels offer a free doggie welcome kit, and Red Roof Inn allows all pets to stay for free!
To learn more about all of the free pet deals out there, Wikibuy.com has included all the latest perks for traveling, eating out, and grooming your pet in the infographic below.
“A Guide to Pet Freebies, Free Stuff for Pet Owners”
Many thanks toWikibuy.comf for the use of this infographic.
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