Yes, I would reccomend signing up for their pro plan program, they will send you a list of everything you can save up and get, I have been saving for a while I figured as long as I was going to buy the feed I might as well get something back.
I love the Purina Pro Plan. I raised Labs for years and they can eat their share of food. I found it so neat that I could save the weight circles and send them in for either products or coupons for money off of more Purina products.
I do have the Purina stuffed dog, a Purina t shirt and a polo shirt. But mostly I would send in my weight circles to get the Purina products coupons.
We'd go through over 100 pounds of dog food in a week, so it didn't take long to save up enough weight circles to get more coupons.
Now, I've only got my Dalmatian, a Shih-tzu and a Japanese Chin. Between the 3 of them, they don't 100 pounds of dog food in months.
I still save the weight circles, that reminds me, I should send them in sometime soon.
If you are feeding a lot of dogs, I've found Wal-mart to be the place to buy the 50 pound and sometimes 55 pounds bags. Grocery stores sell those smaller 17.6 or 22 pound bags. Those were snack size for my troops.
They also offer free puppy kits for breeders. That is a neat program too. You can order free puppy kits to send home with the new owners. It contains a large puppy care book, information on what to expect when the puppy first comes home, info on shots, wormings, vet visits, house-breaking and more. They also send coupons for Purina Puppy Chow or Pro-One, or whatever type of Purina Pup Chow that you recommend.
One of our local vets participates in the Purina Puppy Program. She will give out the vets version of the Puppy care book on your first vet visit with your new puppy. If your vets don't offer that program, ask them to check into it. There's no cost for the vet and what better source to distribute proper puppy care information than the vet.
Good luck. Happy clipping. I have 1000's of pounds of weight circles clipped and saved "somewhere", now to find out where I put them.