Archive for June 9, 2012
Dog lovers just love to keep pedigree dogs, and of course feeding them the right food is extremely important for them. They will groom, pamper and really look after their pets and treat them as members of the family. They can spend hours talking about their pedigree dog and explain in detail their traits, habits, etc. Now the dog food makers, which happen to be a billion dollar industry, are well aware of pedigree pet dog owners craze to only feed the right type and quantity to their pets.
The fierce competition among dog food makers forces them to issue free pedigree dog food coupons. They do this to retain their niche in this fiercely competitive market and try and increase their customer base. When one dog food maker launches pedigree dog food coupons, the others are sure to follow. Pedigree dog owners know this trend and they don’t pounce immediately on the opportunity.
They wait for the price war to grow fierce and will then start getting pedigree dog food coupons. There are two ways in which pedigree dog food coupons are given. The first method is that when a customer buys a certain quantity of dog food they are entitled to get pedigree dog food coupons depending upon the quantity they have purchased. The second method is that pedigree dog food coupons are distributed free to pedigree dog owners through vets clinics and pet food supply stores. These campaigns are run as a last ditch stand by a dog food making company to force competitors to follow suit.
Makers of pedigree dog food who have just set up the business will also distribute pedigree dog food coupons freely to get customers to switch to their brand. You can pick these coupons up from vet’s clinics, pet food stores and print them by registering with the company on the internet and redeem them at any store that is selling that brand of dog food. Even at the outlets where the pedigree dog food coupons are being freely distributed you will have to fill a form, giving some basic information about yourself and your pet dog. The dog food makers use this data to send emails to the people who have registered to persuade them to stick to their brand and will offer all sorts of incentives. It’s ultimately the dog owners who gain in this price and market grabbing war between competing companies.