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hi. i've tried to print out the 3.50 purina coupon at the library but says printed out # allowed! is

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I have tried numerous times to print out the coupon for the purina 3.50 coupon but I keep getting that it's already been printed. Is there any way at all to get this coupon? thanks matt

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  • Evelyn CummingsEvelyn Cummings Posts: 11,879Member
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    Usually there is an 800 number somewhere on the coupon page that you can call and they will send you a coupon. I did that once and they sent several coupons!
  • Richard AtchesonRichard Atcheson Northern USAPosts: 3,570Member
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    Too bad computers aren't smart enough to avoid sites like dog food analysis. There isn't the least bit of evidence that what ingredients go into a food make any difference. Due to purely personal preference, the site gives low ratings to Purina and other well proven foods. I am sure it is somehow funded by somebody selling the premium foods it gives higher ratings to.
  • Betty MorganBetty Morgan CitronellePosts: 5,018Member
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    <<< Snip>>Too bad computers aren't smart enough to avoid sites like dog food analysis. There isn't the least bit of evidence that what ingredients go into a food make any difference. <<<Snip>>> Sorry to get off track. The dog foods are rated by what they are made of. Many of the supermarket foods are full of corn and nasty byproducts. I don’t know about studies but lots of people have had a bad skin condition or bad breath clear up when changing to a higher quality food. They are expensive, but since the calories are higher per cup, you feed less per feeding. I have heard that Purina is one of the less offensive store brand dog foods and I have fed it in the past. However, we have had no more bad breath, no more itchy skin, and no more yellow teeth since I changed over. To down load the coupon, look for a phone number on the web site and give them a call. They can either send you a coupon or tell you how to download it.
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