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Pets at Home logoPets at Home free kids' workshopsThroughout the year, including holidays in UK stores


Pet products retailer Pets at Home runs free workshops for kids in all of its 425 UK stores over the holidays (find your nearest store). Sessions last between 30 minutes and one hour depending on the store.

The activities will differ from store to store (check what’s happening where via the link above), but all children will be able to learn and interact with animals such as guinea pigs and hamsters to find out how to care for the needs of a pet.

Children do not need to bring anything as all materials will be provided and they'll also receive a certificate and stickers after completing the workshop. Children of all ages are welcome, but sessions are designed for kids aged 5-11 years old and they will need to be supervised at all times by a parent or guardian.

You need to book ahead for your chosen store, date and time.

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Pets at Home logoFREE treat at Pets at HomeOn your pet's birthday in store only


If you sign up to the free Pets at Home 'VIP club' loyalty card, on your pet's birthday you can get a free treat (see full T&Cs). When we tried, MSE Pudding the cat got a coupon for a free 50g pouch of Whiskas Dentabites treats (norm £1.39).

You'll need to bring your card and show the email on your phone or printed out with the barcode in store to collect your treat.

What else does the loyalty card get me?

You'll get a 10% off voucher when you first sign up, and regular coupons in the post. You'll also be the first to hear about offers and activities in your local store, and when you spend with the card you can select an animal charity to support.

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Pets at Home logoPets at Home £5 voucher off £30+ spendIn stores. Voucher valid on all pet foods, accessories etc


Pets at Home vouchers like this one are quite rare, so we reckon it'll get some tails wagging...

Simply print the MSE Blagged Pets at Home voucher* (or show it on your smartphone) to get £5 off when you spend £30+ in one of Pets at Home's 400+ UK stores until Thu 30 Mar. This isn't valid online, only in stores (find your nearest).

The voucher can be used on virtually anything, including sale items and discounted products, but the offer excludes animals, aquatic plants, grooming/vets services, insurance and gift cards.

Pets at Home logoPets at Home £5 off £30 spendIn stores. Print voucher or show on a smartphone


Pets at Home rarely offers discount vouchers, so we reckon this deal will set tails wagging as it's great for stocking up on supplies for your pet...

To get it, simply print this Pets at Home £5 off voucher (or show it on your phone) and you can get £5 off when you spend £30+ in one of Pets at Home's 400+ UK stores until Sat 31 Dec. This is only valid in stores, not online (find your nearest store).

The voucher can be used to buy just about anything - including sale items - but you can't get the discount on live animals, aquatic plants, grooming/vets services, insurance or gift cards.

Pets at Home says when you use the voucher, you should also be given a different one at the till for a 'free bath and brush' (worth up to £40) valid at Groom Room concessions in January.

Pets at Home logoFREE £1.50 dog treat at Pets at HomeWhen you take your pooch into a store - while stocks last


Whimzees dog treatFrom Fri 23 Oct, if you take your dog into a Pets at Home store (find your nearest), you can get a £1.50 Whimzees dog treat totally free - simply quote the password 'Whimzees' at the till.

There are 100,000 freebies to get your paws on at any of Pets at Home's 400+ stores across the UK. The offer's due to end on Sun 1 Nov, yet it's subject to availability - so probably not worth making a special trip.

Pets at Home told us it's one per dog, not per customer, and there's no need to buy anything - you just need to have a dog with you to get one. It's an alligator-shaped chewy treat that's vegetable based and gluten-free.

Not suitable for dogs under the age of nine months or under five pounds in weight. See the Whimzees website for more information.

Pets at Home logoPets at Home £5 off £25Get voucher from 50p newspaper and use in-store till Sat 1 Dec 2012

Buy The Sun (50p) this Sunday (25 Nov) and get a voucher for £5 off £25 in-store at Pets at Home.
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