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Mr.Chewy

I'm sure we all know by now how big of a pet lover I am. With now 4 dogs, 2 cats and 3 chickens.....well how couldn't I be. Between working, 3 kids, 9 animals, 1 husband and a blog....let's just say I have been more then a little busy. Running to the next town over to get animal supplies just isn't in my time budget lately. Mr.Chewy has helped me a lot with that. With all the brands I love I can shop for almost all my pet needs in just a few minutes, without leaving my couch. I am not bound to store hours and no longer need 2 hours to get everything done. From cat litter to dog food it is all shipped straight to my door. I was given a $50 credit in order to try their service the first time. I was amazed how many great products I could get and since my order was over $49 I received FREE SHIPPING! My products arrived in about 3 days and my pets were all very eager to help me review what came in our box.Now for some reason I had a blonde moment and my vacuum cord made it in the picture.lol Here is what we got with our credit! I went the treat route because I wasn't in need of foods or litter at the time. The two big bone OF COURSE went over very well and the price was so reasonable! I cannot purchase any of these products in my area and Mr.Chewy made it fast AND easy!
Now Mr.Chewy isn't just about bringing you 120+different products at prices you can afford! They also support a great cause. With your first order not only can you save 10% but they will donate $10 to Best Friends Animal Society! At check out just use the code MELL5417 to make your purchase make a difference! Once registered with Chewy.com you can get your own unique code and help save a pet in need :O) This is the main reason I will continue to use them because of fast and friendly service. I even received a thank you card in the mail after reviewing their products on a review site. <3

Comments

Julia Potvin said…
Also a petlover, & have furbabies, love hearing about Mr.Chewy's will be checking them out for pet supplies,thnks!
looks like a great selection for your pets!
Jo Steph said…
wow! You received a lot of stuff! Fantastic to treat your furry friends!
Sasha Cory said…
Your pets will love you! Can't wait to check this site out. Thanks!

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