This blog post is part of a paid Megan Media and Petco Repeat Delivery blogging program. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own.
This puppy is going to eat me out of house and home! That cute little ball of fluff is now a tall, rambunctious adolescent. We’ve gone through five pairs of shoes (two of them limited edition, i.e., non-replaceable!), multiple children’s toys, and a ridiculous number of charging cords. We’ve discovered that he can climb out of his pen, loves to dig holes, and is a true hunting dog because he brought me a dead bird the other day. But I can’t stay mad at him because he wakes me up every morning by tackling me like a gazelle and licking my face off. He snuggles up to me like a human, and those floppy ears are just the best!
It was as if he was meant to be a part of our family. When we first brought him home, I was nervous that he was going to have a hard time leaving his siblings and mother. But he never whined, he just cuddled in with his new brothers and all of us humans and was happy and content.
I end up at Petco quite often these days because Kylo and Nero are eating Blue Buffalo Freedom Puppy Food while Gator is eating a sensitive stomach and skin blend, and both are only available at specialty stores. But I recently discovered that Petco offers an amazing service: Repeat Delivery. It is easy to schedule; all you have to do is select the product and then choose your delivery schedule.
I chose once a month to start, and I can adjust it anytime if I need more or less food, or want to add other items to my order. When you sign up for Repeat Delivery, you’ll save 20% on certain items, and first-time customers receive a $30 eGift Card with any purchase over $39*. The program makes my life easier, because when the food is delivered right to my home, it means I don’t have to pack up the kids and pass all the cute fish, bunnies, and frogs as we head to the back of the store for the dog food. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great way to entertain the kids when you’re looking to kill time, but I’m always short on time and like things that make my life much easier.
Now if I can just figure out how to properly train Kylo with voice commands and get him to stop chewing everything to pieces, we will be set. We’ve already mastered the SIT command. You can tell he is incredibly smart: he learned to sit in 10 minutes flat.
He is going to the vet next month to get fixed and chipped. That should be interesting. I’ve only had female dogs up until now. I’m sure he will be as joyous as ever after his surgery,and I’ll have to get him to relax to heal. Little trouble-maker.
Make sure you follow @KyloRuff on Instagram to see all the cuteness.
*To qualify, first-time new customers must sign-up and place their first Repeat Delivery order between Friday, April 1, 2016 and Saturday, April 30, 2016.