Save on food for your furry friends

Have I mentioned that we have a new dog…? We have a new dog. This is fantastic because said new dog is bewildered and unhappy and old dog is pretty miffed about being ousted from her position as the One True And Only Dog. (All will be well. But it’s sort of like having a new baby and a toddler who’s acting out. But with more barking.)

Anyway, now we need twice as much dog food. And because our existing dog was already a delicate princess and the new dog is similarly special-snowflake-y with all sorts of skin problems, I now need twice as much super-expensive, grain-free food. I went on a brief hunt and discovered that right now, is offering 25% off your first order of pet food with coupon code 25FOOD. Shipping is automatically free on your $35+ order, too, so I was able to get a big bag of kibble for about $10 less than it would’ve cost me at Amazon.

Now all I need is for the new dog’s skin to heal up and the old dog to stop glaring at us like we ruined her life. Haven’t found a coupon for either of those, though.

4 Responses to “Save on food for your furry friends”

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    emily November 20, 2013 at 3:28 pm #

    My kitties are special pukey snowflakes as well. After switching them over to Costco’s in-house cat food, they’ve gotten so much better! Maybe worth a shot if they’re anywhere close by to you….
    pssst this was actually why we joined costco in the first place, affordable grain free animal food

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    Jodie Yorg November 20, 2013 at 4:28 pm #

    This just rocked my world. It’s the one thing I haven’t been able to get on Amazon which had been big super frowny face. Thanks!

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    Groovecatmom November 20, 2013 at 5:52 pm #

    Thanks Mir! We went grain-free with the cat this summer and spent all summer auditioning every kind of grain-free wet food for her, and her highness settled on her favorites which I promptly put on Subscribe and Save at amazon, only to have them never have it in stock anymore. And this explains why, because is an amazon company. But I don’t even care because I just got a fabulous deal and she’ll have food until February! And I don’t have to face Petco!

    I think should institute a subscribe and save. Pets are always eating.

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    Anne November 21, 2013 at 9:36 am #

    If your dogs are not too big (eat too much) you might find it cheaper to cook up your own mixture. Whatever cheap meat available + frozen vegetables + rice(or whatever fiber you want). Pretty easy to do. The more meat in ratio = the less you need to give. I find even the picky dog snarf sit down.