Petbarn to provide same day free deliveries to pet owners

PETBARN stores across Tasmania, including the Rosny store, have launched a ‘Store to Door Same Day Delivery Service’ that will give pet parents the opportunity to order their pet food online and have it delivered on their doorstep the same day.

The Petbarn Foundation has partnered with Uber to ensure the health and wellbeing of both pets and pet parents, while being at the cutting-edge of on-demand delivery.

“Through the service a customer purchases online and a staff member from the store will order an Uber for delivery to the customer’s house with any specific instructions,” Petbarn Rosny Park assistant store manager Mykayla Bone said.

“The service will allow them to continue to buy their pet food from us, so they won’t have to buy low-quality food from supermarkets.”

Petbarn chief executive officer George Wahby said the service will provide a number of benefits to customers and is an Australian first for the pet care industry.

“Care is at the core of everything we do at Petbarn and we understand that many of our elderly and more vulnerable customers are feeling anxious about being able to get to the shops,” he said.

“These free same day deliveries will provide much need support during these challenging times.

“We’re excited to be bringing Store to Door Same Day Delivery to our Tasmanian community – it’s the latest in a number of initiatives we have introduced that make it easier for all pet parents to get their pet essentials speedily and when they need it.”

Pet parents will receive same day delivery seven days per week when they order through Petbarn.com.au before 4pm.

Same Day Delivery is currently available for an introductory price of $9.95 per delivery.

Caption: Petbarn Rosny Park assistant store manager Mykayla Bone.

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