Posted 5 months ago ago
Pet owners working for the NHS can now get their paws on exclusive pet food discounts thanks to the animal equivalent of the Blue Light Card.
To say thank you to NHS workers, social workers and those in the emergency services, the company behind the Blue Light Card have launched the Blue Light Collar in conjunction with National Pet Month this April.
The collar offers some amazing pet product discounts on big name brands, including 80% off your first order at Tails.com, and 36% off at Pooch & Mutt.
The service is launched to celebrate the nation’s furry key workers, who have been on hand for cuddles, an excuse for daily walks and general mood boosters throughout the past year.
To access the discounts, pets must have pawrents who hold a Blue Light Card, available for Emergency Services, NHS, Social Care workers and Armed Forces. The cards cost £4.99 and are valid for two years.
Here are some of the amazing offers you can get:
- Pooch & Mutt – Save 36%
- Tails.com – Save 80% off your first order
- James Wellbeloved – Save 20% on orders or 10% on subscriptions
- Furlington – Save 10%
- Edmondson’s – Save 10%
- Akela pet foods – Save 10%
- Your Dogs Club - Save 20% on all orders and get free UK mainland postage when you spend over £35
Tom Dalby, CEO of Blue Light Collars, said: “We know how important pets can be for our mental wellbeing, especially in difficult times like these where we can’t see friends and family.
“It’s important to recognise all key workers who have shown strength throughout the Covid-19 pandemic and that goes for our furry friends too who have gone above and beyond to offer their support to so many across the nation. Whether that’s asking for belly rubs to put a smile on their owner’s face or getting their humans out for a walk in the fresh air.
“We’ve worked closely with our partners to provide a selection of treats for our new furry members, from discounts on moreish dog biscuits to great toys, there’s something for our four-legged key workers of all sizes to say a big thank you for all they do.”