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K9z Rule LLC Announces Free Shipping On Orders Of $35 Or More

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K9z Rule LLC has just announced that they will be offering free shipping on all orders of $35 or more. This free shipping option allows all orders to be received within 5 and 8 business days.

March 28, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

K9z Rule LLC has announced that they will be offering free shipping on all orders of $35 or more. Once customers have purchased the products, it will take between 5 and 8 working days to receive them.

In order to place an order with K9z Rule LLC and make use of the free shipping option, customers will need to add eligible products to their shopping basket. These items will have the words “free shipping” displayed next to the price. Both of the product bundles, as well as the individual items qualify for the free shipping.

After the products have been placed in the shopping cart, the customer will then proceed to the checkout. It is here where they will need to pick a shipping address within the United States to have their items shipped to. It is generally recommended that individuals opt for the “group my items into as few shipments” and opt for the “free shipping” option when asked to pick the shipping speed.

K9z Rule LLC offers a one year guarantee on their supplements, which means that those individuals who are unhappy with the product can return it within 12 months for a full refund. In order to take advantage of the refund, customers will need to return the bottle to the company, along with any remaining supplement.

K9z Rule LLC is well known for their liquid dog joint supplement, which contains glucosamine for dogs. K9 Joint Relief is manufactured within an FDA approved facility, and has been designed to combat joint deterioration in dogs.

While the product might be advertised for use on larger and older animals that might be more prone to developing conditions such as deterioration of joint bones, it is also recommended for smaller and younger animals to promote healthy bone maintenance. The manufacturer believes that the supplement will prevent many of the conditions that plague older dogs as they age, if they are put to use when the animal is still young, even if they do not yet require it.

K9 Joint Relief has a range of positive effects that include the reduction of joint inflammation, maintenance of joint health, repair of damaged cartilage, improvement on flexibility, and reduction of pain associated with problems such as these. The blend of Glucosamine, MSM, Chondroitin and Horsetail herb is one that the manufacturer believes to be very effective in maintaining healthy bones and connective tissue, as well as promoting regeneration of the cartilage to some degree.

For every product purchased, the company pledges to donate 5% to organizations that care for homeless dogs.

The free shipping option advertised by K9z Rule LLC can be utilized by all customers on orders of $35 or more.

Contact Info:
Name: Tim Warren
Email: media@k9zrule.com
Phone: (972) 755-9801
Organization: K9 Joint Relief

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