Feed­ing your pet in a re­ces­sion

Bray People - - THE NOTEBOOK -

THE RE­CES­SION has caused many pet lovers to take a long look at their fi­nances and re­con­sider what steps they will have to take to re­duce their ex­penses when it comes to feed­ing their pet. Although pets de­serve the best food on the mar­ket some peo­ples bud­get can­not ad­here to this. For this rea­son, we have slowly been in­tro­duc­ing new foods to our shop that are both suited to qual­ity and price.

For in­stance we at Pet Bliss sell a bud­get com­plete dog food that for €14 will feed a medium size dog for at least 4-6 weeks - which works out less than 46 cent per day. Our new­est pre­mium range of dog food works out at €35 and will feed a medium sized dog for 6-8 weeks, less than 79 cent per day.

Peo­ple should not have to be em­bar­rased about down­grad­ing their dog food when there are other brands out there that are the same qual­ity yet much cheaper.

Not only should pet own­ers con­sider buy­ing bulk for their dogs, it is more eco­nom­i­cal to pur­chase bags of rab­bit food, ham­ster food or cat food in larger quan­ti­ties.

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