Petco: FREE Shipping – No Minimum = Dog Beds Only $8.75 Shipped (Regularly $24.99)

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For a limited time, Petco.com is offering up FREE shipping – no minimum, when you use the code freeship at checkout (note – the promo code is case sensitive). Combine this free shipping offer with sale items and you can score nice deals!

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As an idea, this Petco Brown Box Dog Bed and this You & Me Gray Hounds-tooth Dog Bed are both on sale for just $8.75 (reg. $24.99) + free shipping when you use the code freeship at checkout.

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  1. Michelle

    Ebates has 8% cash back. 🙂

    • Michelle

      Got two, one for the crate, and one for wherever the sunshine is pooling into the house. Love that I can wash them. Thanks for posting! 🙂

    • Samy

      Thanks for the reminder! I always forget to use mine ☺.

  2. Jeff

    Got 2 dog beds. THX!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome Jeff!

  3. Jackie

    Does anyone have any tips or solutions to stop cats from scratching furniture? I recently adopted a couple kittens and we are having this problem. They have two cat trees but prefer the couch! I saw the sticky paws at petco.com … anyone have experience with these??

    • Lindak

      Ours like the corrugated cardboard scratchers. Ours don’t regularly scratch the furniture but they do stretch against the entryway wall with claws extended and have shredded wallpaper.

    • Elaine

      I’m a cat adoption counselor.
      Cats hate sticky surfaces. Use double sided tape on any surfaces you don’t want them to touch. Leave it there for a few weeks or until they have learned to use the desired object consistently. You need to put the scratching post or item right next to the spot they currently scratch.
      “• Make sure the cat has a quality scratching post. The post should be at least 3 feet tall, sturdy (it should not wobble when the cat scratches it) and it should be made of a type of rope called sisal. If the client cannot afford a good scratching post, sturdy cardboard or wood can be used. • Place the post where the cat likes to scratch. If the cat likes to scratch the couch, place the post right next to the couch. Some cats prefer to scratch horizontally (most scratch vertically); if this is the case, either place the scratching post on its side or purchase a corrugated cardboard scratching pad. • Encourage the cat to use the scratching post by » Rubbing catnip on the post » Engaging the cat in interactive play right near the post so she will scratch it while playing » Scratching the post yourself (cats like to mimic our behavior) » Note: Do not place the cat’s paws on the post. This may frighten the cat or scare her from using the post. • Deter the cat from scratching the inappropriate object(s) while the cat learns to use the scratching post. A good deterrent for furniture is to wrap it with a tightfitting sheet. Double sided sticky tape, available at pet stores, can also be used, as well as a thick, plastic shower curtain. Once the cat is routinely using the scratching post, you can remove the deterrent. • Cut your cat’s nails once a month.”

      • Kristen

        Wow, thank you Elaine so much for sharing! Very helpful info!

  4. Michelle

    Placed an order through ebates and then went back and placed an order for the 2nd. Not sure what happened, but just got an email from ebates showing $4 cash back between the two purchases. That makes my total for 2 shipped $15.20. Woot-woot!

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