Pet’s Nation offers pet subsidies & discounts through its partners for food, accessories, grooming, boarding, and even medical bills.
Raising pets can get quite costly especially when you want the best for them in everything. In my post on how much it costs to own a dog, monthly expenses on average add up to about $250 for a small to medium-sized dog, excluding medical bills. That calculation was based on a decent home cooked or kibble diet. It may cost more if you are going for a higher quality diet.
In the same post, I also shared some tips that may help you save a significant amount of money in the long run. Today, I want to share one more way to save money, and that’s through the Pet’s Nation membership!
Pet’s Nation membership offers cost savings for all your pet’s needs by providing subsidies or discounts through its partners for food, accessories, grooming, training, boarding, and even medical bills.
Pet’s Nation Membership Benefits – Up to 30% Subsidy/Discount
You can enjoy the following subsidy or discount when you visit Pet’s Nation’s partners.
30% SUBSIDY, EXCLUDING GST
|GROOMING / PAMPERING SERVICES AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
|PET FOOD AND ACCESSORIES
So how much savings are we talking about?
Based on a few assumptions, here are the estimated yearly savings that you would enjoy with the Pet’s Nation Membership:
Pet’s Nation was recently launched with the following partners:
- Point Veterinary Surgery
- US Pet House
- FUR FRIENDS’ Pet Food & Accessories
- Pets Philosophy
- The Royals Boutique
- Picatso Photographs
They are working hard to bring in more partners. You can help by telling them about your favourite pet businesses!
Membership Cost and Eligibility
Pet’s Nation welcomes both dogs and cats to join, regardless of age or any pre-existing medical conditions, as long as they are microchipped. The membership costs $299 for 365 days per pet.
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Full disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Pet’s Nation.